Warner Brothers developed a fictitious Batcave to advertise "The Batman" movie and invited a few visitors to see it. The company showcased the new movie's outfits, but the true attraction was the screen-used Batmobile action car.
This particular vehicle was one of four built for the film. It was mostly used for driving sequences. Another one of the vehicles uses a Tesla as its foundation. This has a 650 hp V8 engine (485 kW). Regretfully, any additional information regarding the powertrain isn't provided.
It's exciting to observe previously unknown nuances in this video. For instance, there are pipes exposed through the openings on the sides of the hood bulge. There is a slew of new Batmobile models on the horizon for those who want to get their hands on one.
A Lego Technic kit contains 1,360 pieces, and the finished vehicle measures 17 inches (45 cm) long with the back flame connected. Also, there are two 1:10 scale RC automobiles. The $500 Batmobile version has an illuminated display base, while a simpler version is offered for $100. "The Batman" will premiere on March 4th, 2022.