Most people now associate the Batman character with Christian Bale, but those older will remember Michael Keaton as Batman. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Tim Burton film, Lego has launched a Batmobile made of 3,300 Lego bricks, modeled on the 1989 Batman movie.
Like other expensive LEGO products, the model also has a number of parts, including 3306 LEGO bricks. It is 23 inches long, 8 inches wide and 4 inches tall. Like the movie version of the Batmobile, it also comes with an open cockpit, a wraparound windshield, two hooks and two hidden machine guns with ejection, which can be activated by rotating the turbine exhaust.
Other features include two mini seats, steering wheel, shift lever and dashboard sticker. Also on the wheel spally is the Batman logo, which features three Lego mini puppets: Batman himself, The Joker and Vicky Weir, as well as a brick mini puppet display rack and a car spin display.
As part of LEGO’s Black Friday campaign, the 1989 Batmobile will go on sale on November 29 for $249.99. Available from Lego.com and retail stores, users who buy between November 29 and December 5 will also receive a miniature copy of Batmobile.