Lego Batmobile from 'The Batman' is a 1,360-piece spoiler alert
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New Batman? New Batmobile. New Batmobile? New Lego Batmobile.
No wonder the latest version of the iconic Batmobile is coming to living rooms near you in the form of a Lego kit. Since the Danish company has been shaping them, the brick maker has been clicking black bricks into two, three and four-wheeled transporters for the crusader. It's clearly a popular genre. And so the latest Batmobile, as featured in the upcoming film "The Batman," was announced long before the movie hits the big screen.
The Lego Technic kit you see here will go on sale on November 1st at a suggested retail price of $ 99.99. It's made up of 1,360 parts, which means it will take some time to actually assemble, and it looks pretty detailed. The doors and bonnet open, the steering wheel works, there's a differential at the rear, a couple of illuminated stones that add extra visual flair, an interior that has all the details of a real car, plus decals for the instruments and a Mid-mounted motor with moving pistons.
Apparently, the V8 engine is spewing flames from its short, raised exhaust manifolds, which we love to see in the movie. We won't know what the jet engine at the very back represents until we see the movie, but we suspect that this Batmobile is powered by multiple engines. We'll find out when the film should hit theaters in early March 2022.
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