As a Batman fan, you have to agree that there is not a vehicle as badass as the Batmobile. Of course one of the most popular Batmobiles comes from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy. Well just ahead of the Hot Toys release of this amazing Batmobile, Sideshow is giving fans a first look at this masterpiece. The Dark Knight trilogy sixth scale Batmobile retails for $630 and is still available to order at You can check out the first look video and details of the Batmobile below.

The Dark Knight Batmobile

The Batmobile is on its way to fight crime in Gotham City! As one of the iconic bat gadgets, the technologically advanced Batmobile is a heavily armored tactical assault vehicle in Batman’s arsenal.

Based on Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy, Sideshow and Hot Toys present the super-vehicle Batmobile as a stunning sixth scale collectible vehicle that can be paired with a Batman figure to recreate more breathtaking scenes! 


The highly-detailed collectible has captured Batmobile’s appearance in the movie with extreme precision and outstanding painting applications, complemented with perfectly scaled design and mechanical details throughout its interior and body. Measuring at approximately 73cm in length, it features LED light-up functions throughout the vehicle body; rotatable rubber tires; also more exquisite mechanical features such as slide-open roof panel, and articulated breaking flaps.

Pick up the Batmobile Collectible Vehicle now for your DC collection now.



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