The most prestigious Lego model, at least among fans of the Star Wars franchise, has so far been considered the Millennium Falcon with 7,500 parts and an $800 price tag, but Tim Burton’s Batmobile could take that title, even though it has half the number of Lego elements.
With 3,306 parts, the Burton Batmobile (1989 model) belongs to models that don’t have as much detail as the larger Star Wars exhibits, but those who tested it claim to be more challenging and complicated, largely because of the curves that are the trademark of this iconic car.
In addition to the design, the new Lego model also offers features that make it a desirable toy, so the windshield moves similarly to models from Batman movies.
The interior of the car also has certain advantages, first of all due to a large number of details, especially on the dashboard, which is covered with light and other buttons. The steering wheel can be used to change direction, since it controls the front wheels, and the only problem is that it is not easy to reach the steering wheel, since the model measures only 58 centimeters in length.
Lego Batmobile is due to arrive on November 29, priced at $ 250, just in time for the holiday euphoria.