Divide the 4-in-1 Ultimate Batmobile and conquer the Super-Villains!
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Team up with THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE characters Batman™, Batgirl™, Robin™ and Alfred Pennyworth™ (in Batsuit) to give the Super-Villains quadruple trouble with The Ultimate Batmobile! This amazing model divides into 4 separate vehicles: the Batmobile, Batwing, Bat-Tank and Batcycle. The Batmobile features foldout boosters and 4 stud shooters, while the Batwing has foldout wings and 2 spring-loaded shooters. The Batcycle has foldable wheels and the heavily-armored Bat-Tank boasts 2 hidden 6-stud rapid shooters. The set also includes the rotating Bat-Signal with a LEGO® light brick, Polka-Dot Man’s flying disc, plus 8 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories to inspire endless role-play action.
Includes eight minifigures: Batman™, Robin™, Batgirl™, Polka-Dot Man™, Alfred Pennyworth™ (in Batsuit), Wicked Witch of the West and two Flying Monkeys.
This set features the 4-in-1 Ultimate Batmobile which divides into four separate vehicles: the Batmobile, Batwing, Bat-Tank and Batcycle. Also includes a buildable Bat-Signal.
Batmobile features an opening minifigure cockpit, four stud shooters, two foldout boosters, two hidden non-shooting cannons, and translucent light-style elements.
Batwing features an opening minifigure cockpit with dashboard details, two spring-loaded shooters, foldout wings, Bat-shaped tail wings, and translucent light-style elements.
Bat-Tank features an opening minifigure cockpit with dashboard details, big wheels, two hidden six-stud rapid shooters, opening armory compartment with control panel details, and translucent light-style elements.
Batcycle features foldable wheels for riding and parking inside The Ultimate Batmobile.
Also includes Polka-Dot Man’s new-for-June-2017 flying disc.
Activate the Bat-Signal’s LEGO® light brick to project the Bat symbol.
Weapons include Batman™ and Batgirl’s Batarangs, Polka-Dot Man’s two polka dots and Alfred Pennyworth’s two swords.
Accessory elements include Batman™, Robin™, Batgirl™, Alfred Pennyworth™ and Wicked Witch of the West’s capes, Batman and Batgirl’s molded utility belt, Polka-Dot Man’s helmet, Alfred Pennyworth’s hat, and Wicked Witch of the West’s hat and broomstick.
The Ultimate Batmobile measures over 4” (12cm) high, 14” (37cm) long and 6” (16cm) wide.
Bat-Tank measures over 2” (7cm) high, 6” (16cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.
Batwing measures over 3” (8cm) high, 7” (20cm) long and 7” (19cm) wide.
Batcycle measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (11cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
Batmobile measures over 3” (9cm) high, 9” (23cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Polka-Dot Man’s flying disc measures over 1” (3cm) in diameter.
Bat-Signal measures over 3” (10cm) high, 2” (6cm) wide and 2” (6cm) deep.
The Ultimate Batmobile is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Surprisingly AwsomeLet me start by announcing my bias: The only vehicle that should be called the Batmobile is Adam West's ride. Everything else, no matter how cool or awesome, should be called something else (Batcar, Batvehicle, BatATV ?) With that said, this set is really great. You get four vehicles that nest brilliantly into each other. Looks as good separately as it does attached. I went into this build expecting to hate it, but was turned into a fan by it's ingenuity and coolness.
A comment on one of the previous posts: I agree that this set seems to be a bit more fragile than other sets. There are several pieces that pop off when the kids play with it. However, I found that because the vehicles are symmetrical, if you compare the left side of the vehicle to the right side, it's not that hard to find where the popped off piece belongs. Also, the same parts keep breaking off, so after reassembling it five times, you learn exactly where the piece goes. Still, they are fragile and it probably is a better "display" set than a "play with" set. But only Lord Business could have the coldness to tell a kid not to play with a set this awsome.
I gave it a four brick rating because the villains are awful. Steal a Joker from one of the other dozen sets he comes with and problem solved.
Date published: 2017-09-28
Rated 5 out of
Awesome first time experience!The ultimate Batmobile is actually my first ever lego model. I completed it with two of my friends and we all had an incredible time building it! It just feels so satisfying when I assemble the three perfectly detailed vehicles into the one complete Batmobile. This is honestly a good start for a first-timer.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 5 out of
Involved build and clever design.I had a great time putting this set together. For me, this set is less of a toy and more of a model. It looks great and has many moving parts/features, but has many bits that pop off easily when handled un-gently. Even broken down into the four components, the tank and batmobile don't steer/handle well. There are also seem like very few places to grab onto them to roll them around.
I spent an additional half hour or so rebuilding Robin's hover motorcycle in a red/green/yellow palette that suits him.
Thank you for finally producing the Flying Monkey figures as seen in LEGO Dimensions. I love them. ...and also Polka Dot man and chauffeur/kato Alfred.
While I loved building the batsignal and all the clever brickwork/design in the build, something is off with the projected image. The bat is nowhere near centered in the circle of light, and it seems no amount of tinkering and rebuilding can fix that. I suspect the bat logo was not printed properly onto the clear hemisphere element.
The set relies heavily on stickers. I particularly disliked applying the round hubcap stickers. The stickers are not easy/fun to apply, and they NEVER age/wear well.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 5 out of
Best. Bamobile. Ever!I was instantly in love with this set from the moment I saw images of it from ToyFair 2017. Now that I have it in hand, it certainly does not disappoint.
The set looks simply incredible. Whether separated into four Bat-tacular vehicles or combined into a single hulking machine, the Ultimate Batmobile is just stunning. Sleek, aggressive, and loaded with firepower, it's certain to send all of Gotham's most fearsome villains running for the hills.
Getting Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and a suited-up Alfred in a single set is a great treat. Each of their vehicles have some fun play features and are easily good enough to have been made as individual sets. The combination feature is great. Easy to pull off and the unified color scheme between the four vehicles means the whole thing looks really cohesive when united.
Fairly study when combined as well, though with only a couple connection points take care to use two hands to carry it around as not to break it apart accidentally. Also do not tip it upside-down, as the Batwing does not actually lock into place for the combination.
I would also say that this is not a set to be given to young fans. It is a long and complex build with many tiny pieces (and lots of firing guns) that might easily be lost by youngsters. Thankfully The Lego Group was thoughtful enough to provide lots of extra "ammo" for the weapons in case some pieces go missing. The recommended minimum age is 10 years old and I'd say that sounds about right.
At $140 it's expensive to be sure, but you're getting two large vehicles, one mid-sized vehicle, and a tiny vehicle all in one set, on top of a robust light-up batsignal and EIGHT minifigures. All said I'd say it's a good value for the money.
Once again, a truly awesome-looking set with great play features that's sure to make any Batman fan absolutely ecstatic. In my opinion one of the finest Batman sets made yet!