This Batmobile Might Be The Coolest Lego Set Ever, And It's Available Black Friday

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman, Lego has unveiled a new elaborate replica of the distinct and quite memorable Batmobile from the film. While I haven’t had a chance to build it myself, the finished product is easily one of the most gorgeous Lego builds I’ve ever seen. The Lego DC Super Heroes 1989 Batmobile will be available on Black Friday directly from Lego and at retailers that carry Lego products for $250.

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Lego DC Super Heroes 1989 Batmobile | $250

The massive 3,306-piece set measures at 23 inches long, 8 inches wide, and roughly 4 inches tall when built. Impressively, the Batmobile has the same curved design that made Bruce Wayne’s ride pop in the 1989 movie.

You’ll probably want to think twice before taking the Batmobile apart after completing the build. On top of being marketed as one of Lego’s more challenging sets to put together, it has a number of cool features that will make it a cool build to display. The cockpit slides open to reveal two seats, and if you turn the turbine exhaust, a pair of machine guns pop-up. The wraparound windshield adds some bonus style to an already slick-looking build.

If you have kids, they’ll probably want to zoom it around across the kitchen floor like a race car (can’t blame them). But if you manage to keep it away from them (a tall order and a tad mean), it comes with a rotating display stand complete with some facts and specifications about this unique Batmobile.

One you stop gawking at the Batmobile itself, you’ll be able to tell that it comes with three figures, each of which were updated for the new set: Batman, Joker, and Vicki Vale.

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