Now this is a Batmobile I can get behind! Today’s polybag is 30446 The Batmobile which is based on the Batman v. Superman Batmobile. It looks like this:
Not the best representation. It’s got the overall shape down from the triangular wedges in the back to weird fenders covering the front wheels.
These 1×1 with top clip plates are inverted to act as the giant intakes. It’s a pretty clever implementation, attaching it to a and honestly probably way more complicated than this set deserves.
It also has two different sized sets of wheels between the front and rear. It’s also wider at the back than at the front.
And speaking of the rear, there’s an trans-orange cone for the requisite flame exhaust.
Now, like I said, it’s not the best representation. Not much could be done at this scale but I think the general feel and shape is there. The main reason I like this set is that it feels hefty. It feels solid just picking it up.
The sides of the vehicle is snotted on. The area between the cheese slope and grille slope acts as natural finger rests for you to grab the Batmoible and vroom it around.
Does It Suck or Does It Rock?
This set rocks! Mini Batmobiles are a hit and miss (just like the movies!) but this one, unlike the movie it’s licensed from, is a hit. I like the heft of it, it rolls well, feels solidly built and is just a fun mini to vroom around. You could do worse, which LEGO has done, but this one’s a good one.
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