A Look At LEGO… Batmobiles

This weekend DC FanDome is taking place, which celebrates the world of DC Comics, films, TV shows and games. It’s also a time for an all-new trailer for The Batman. This latest incarnation of the world’s greatest detective may feature a new Bruce Wayne and different takes on classic villains, but there is one constant which remains. The Batmobile has formed an important part of each iteration of Batman, it’s also acted as inspiration for many different LEGO sets. Here’s a timeline of Batmobiles following their introduction in the Batman universe. They feature Minifigure-scale or playset style builds and the best version of each Batmobile. For example, a Batmobile Tumbler was released in 2013, but it’s not a patch on the most recently released version. The 1966 Batmobile first appeared in the Classic TV Series Batcave set, but the lone version 2021 offers a slightly better take on it. There are plenty of additional LEGO Batmobiles, including plenty of original takes on the vehicle and a couple of much larger displayable builds.

76188: Classic TV Series Batmobile – Batman TV Series

Year Introduced: 1966 Year Set Release: 2021 Pieces: 2526

76188

40433: 1989 Batmobile – Tim Burton’s Batman

Year Introduced: 1989 Year Set Release: 2019 Pieces: 366

40433

76239: Batmobile Tumbler – Batman Begins

Year Introduced: 2005 Year Set Release: 2021 Pieces: 422

76239

76045: Kryptonite Interception – Batman V Superman

Year Introduced: 2016 Year Set Release: 2016 Pieces: 306

76045

70905: The Batmobile – The LEGO Batman Movie

Year Introduced: 2017 Year Set Release: 2017 Pieces: 581

70905

70917: The Ultimate Batmobile – The LEGO Batman Movie

Year Introduced: 2017 Year Set Release: 2017 Pieces: 1456

70917

76087: Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack – Justice League

Year Introduced: 2017 Year Set Release: 2017 Pieces: 955

76087

76181: Batmobile: The Penguin Chase – The Batman

Year Introduced: 2022 Year Set Release: 2021/2022 Pieces: 392

76181

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Author: Adam White

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