The coolest Batmobile to ever blast through the streets of Gotham City on the big screen is now available as the Remote-Control 1989 Batmobile, and it looks awesome.
Based on the Batmobile used in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman, this car is packed with all kinds of goodies… or wonderful toys, as Jack Nicholson’s Joker would probably say.
Remote-Control 1989 Batmobile
- Approximately 29″ long x 12″ wide x 6″ high.
- Machine guns pop from the hood with the effect enhanced by lights and sound
- Cockpit now features a scaled Batman figure at the controls, with the front and rear lights activated with a dashboard switch.
- Rear exhaust pipe simulate smoke and the sound of the turbine engine.
- Comes equipped with switch-out grappling hooks to make those high speed turns even faster.
- Remote control to control mechanical effects, lights and sound.
- Officially licensed by Warner Brothers and DC Comics.
- Does not come with a base.
- Limited in production to 200 units worldwide.
Manufacturer Update: The pop-off machine gun covers (as seen in the second photo of the gallery have been replaced by covers that raise while remaining attached to the vehicle.
The Remote-Control 1989 Batmobile is available for pre-order at Cinemaquette for $2,500.