The vehicle measures over 23 inches in length once it is fully assembled.
You’ll need to put together over 3,300 pieces to complete the project.
The design provides intricate details that you don’t always see with other LEGO projects, such as two pop-up machine guns when you turn the turbine exhaust of the vehicle.
It also comes with three miniature figures, decorative grappling hooks on each side of the car, and wheels trimmed with the Batman Logo.
The 1989 Batmobile currently retails at LEGO stores or on their website for $250.
If you order online, then it should qualify for free shipping.
Even the Cockpit Receives a Chance for Interactive Play
Although LEGO enthusiasts will likely display their finished work on the rotating stand, the detailed cockpit of the Batmobile encourages interactive play for those who are so inclined.
The set comes with two mini-figure seats, a full heads-up display, and a steering wheel that also shows off the Batman logo.
If you want your Batman mini-figure to start driving the 1989 Batmobile, then you can access this area with a slide-open cockpit.
LEGO designed a wraparound windshield that creates an authentic look for this tribute to the movie.
You can also choose to display all three of the miniature figures on their own stand that sits to the side of the rotating platform.
You’ll receive an attached information plate for the display that provides statistics about the vehicle.
Weapons included with the sit include The Joker’s gun and the iconic Batarang.
You can order it here.
The 1989 Batmobile LEGO set is recommended for teens 16 or older. Orders qualify for VIP points if you have an active membership. You’re restricted to purchasing only two of these vehicles at a time.