Lego Batman gets a life-sized automobile to match his heroic ego

Image: chevrolet via twitter

The Lego Batman Movie is just weeks away, and to add hype to what already looks like an epic movie, a life-sized Lego Batmobile has been unveiled.

Chevrolet uncovered the creation on Saturday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

At roughly 17 feet long, the Lego model was created by students from the Detroit community in conjunction with student outreach organizations A World in Motion and First Lego League.


Chevrolet even generated an entire website devoted to an imagined life-sized Lego Batmobile that includes all the specs you’d find on a real car.

Image: Chevrolet

The fictitious Lego Batmobile details list the car as use rocket fuel, having the ability to tow up to 120,000 pounds, and including Wi-Fi connectivity, driver-centric bulletproof glass and high-tensile, projectile-proof armored side panels.

The detailed breakdown even presents an image demonstrating Apple CarPlay functionality.


All that crime-fighting power is priced at just $48 million and includes the promotional reminder, “Fit for a loner vigilante and average citizen alike, from its stud shooters to its standard roof ‘ejection’ function, the Lego Batmobile has something to handle any situation.”

Sure, it will never actually go on sale( according to Chevy ), but as a lead-in to the upcoming cinema, it’s a great “what-if” look at what might actually be a pretty cool automobile for Lego fanatics.

The only place we’ll actually see it in action is in The Lego Batman Movie , which makes theaters on Feb. 10.

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