Almost as much an icon as the Batman himself, the Batmobile has seen as many transformations as the character has over the decades. Looking at several major compilations of Batmobiles through the ages, I was unable to match any but the two-finned model to the 2006 Batman: Under The Hood on the upper right side.
The smaller coup with the Batman Beyond logo is unfamiliar and does not even superficially resemble any known models I could find. The motorcycle looks like an adaptation of the vehicle seen in the recent Nolan movie versions of Batman with a bit of armor thrown over the frame.
I have a link to Batmobiles Through the Ages for anyone else to see if they can match the other vehicles. I believe many scene such as this one are thrown together without much thought to the vehicles unless the artist has a personal favorite beyond whatever Batmobile they are designing at the time.
The Batmobile History site lists these four vehicles as:
After a fight at Arkham Asylum, Batman returns to the Batcave to try out some new equipment and prepare for an evening as Bruce Wayne. Artist Greg Capullo sets the scene with a broad view of the Cave, including several Batmobiles parked on a platform near the main exit tunnel. Among these are the 1989 movie car, the flying Batmobile, and this car (as well as another new design on a lift). Capullo did not base this Batmobile on any pre-existing design, but rather freehanded it as a way to help fill out the scene.
The definitive site for Batmobile History can be found at: http://www.batmobilehistory.com. The site compiles the most popular models of Batmobiles and their collective histories.