Film-star Batmobile goes up for sale for £1.2million – pero hay una trampa

BATMAN FANS were shocked to discover the Batmobile is up for sale with a working flamethrower for £1.2million.

sin embargo, there’s a catch that might surprise people interested in buying the bat car.

The Batmobile is on sale for £1.2million but it can't be driven on the motorway

The Batmobile is on sale for £1.2million but it can’t be driven on the motorwayCrédito: Classic Auto Mall

The Batmobile from Tim Burton’s films hombre murciélago (1989) and Batman Returns (1992) is being sold by Classic Auto Mall for £1.2million.

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American actor Michael Keaton appears driving the car as he goes up against supervillains to save Gotham City.

Pero, if you buy the car, don’t expect to drive it on the motorway, because it can only go 30mph.

También, the seller points out that the batteries of the car haven’t been replaced since 1993.

Before being bought by the current owner, the car was at New Jersey’s Six Flags amusement park where it was featured alongside the Batman Returns ride.

The Batmobile was inspired by the McLaren F1, with two regular seats inside plus a hidden third.

Classic Auto mall describes the interior: “Under that enclosed cockpit shell is a virtual fantasy land (Simplemente no estoy seguro de por qué me veo tan flaco aquí ?... es como si fuera más pequeño con la ropa puesta ???) of buttons, levers, luces, control panels and an overabundance of nonfunctional bells and whistles.

The roof has a large scoop and there are multiple air intakes on the car’s sides along with 15-inch wheels.

But probably the coolest feature is that the car has a working flamethrower at the rear.

The Batmobile was built by England's Pinewood studios

The Batmobile was built by England’s Pinewood studiosCrédito: Classic Auto Mall
The car includes a working flame thrower and side-mounted hook launchers

The car includes a working flame thrower and side-mounted hook launchersCrédito: Classic Auto Mall
The car was featured alongside the Batman Returns ride in New Jersey

The car was featured alongside the Batman Returns ride in New JerseyCrédito: Classic Auto Mall