1989 Batmobile with 3" Bendable Figure
Best in the Business
No vehicle in the history of human transportation even comes close to the Batmobile. Other DC superheroes throughout the years have been jealous and tried to copy Batman (ever heard of Superman’s short-lived Supermobile?), but they always end up giving it up, since Bats puts them all to shame. And, naturally, no iteration of the Batmobile is quite as prolific as the one that appeared in Tim Burton’s film, Batman, from 1989. Why? Let’s go through all the reasons why it’s objectively the best Batmobile.
First of all, it has a fully enclosed driver’s seat. Adam West’s Batman had a convertible, which might be good for a cruise on a summer day, but it doesn’t offer much in the form of protection against Gotham’s most vicious thugs. Second, the Tim Burton version of the car has a jet engine attached to the middle of it. That’s some serious business, since you know it could outrun any illegal ride being driven by The Joker. Finally, just look at those darn rear spoilers! Nothing says cool like some batwing shaped spoilers on a car.
This Batmobile vehicle comes with all those details designed into. Of course, the “jet engine” doesn’t actually work in this toy car, but it does give it a fast and furious look. The toy set also comes with a small bendable Batman figure that you can place inside the driver’s seat.
- 1989 Batmobile with 3" Bendable Figure
- Plastic Batmobile built to 1:24 scale
- Model measures 10"L x 4"W x 2.5"H
- Cockpit canopy slides forward to reveal details inside
- Wheels do not turn--collectible for display only
- 3" bendable figure fits inside cockpit
- Officially licensed
- Batman Figure