It will be available this summer for $250 in the US (converting roughly to £200 in the UK and AU$325 in Australia).
It features real exhaust that smokes out of the back as you turn on the engine.
Here's the view from the front of the new batmobile. This all-terrain vehicle will be controllable from your phone.
The door opens to reveal batman himself.
His movements on the wheel correspond with the movement of the guns on the vehicle.
There's a camera over his left shoulder that you can see here. It streams live video to your phone. Though the car itself does not shoot any physical projectiles, a layer of augmented reality over your video will show the fire from your guns as you shoot.
Here's a demo of the video from this model. You can see Bridget Carey was impressed.
Targeted at ages 14+, we can imagine adult fans going nuts for this thing.
There will only be a limited run of 35,000 of these available.
The wheels on the Batmobile.
Guns galore are all over this thing.
The Batmobile has come a long way since it's previous incarnations.
This Batmobile looks like it's ready to go to war.
Looks pretty badass to me, and I'm not even in to this sort of thing.