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The Dark Knight Trilogy Movie Accurate 2 Seaters Tumbler & Bat Pod


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* 18th Apr 2014 - Updated with minifigures!

"Does it come in black?" - Bruce Wayne

The Dark Knight Trilogy by Christopher Nolan gave us a fresh and realistic reboot of the Caped Crusader, and with it many of Batman's iconic vehicles.

This is my rendition of the Tumbler and Bat Pod, reproduce with lego bricks in 2 seaters minifig scale and staying as close to the original movie design as best I can.

Tumbler measures at 19cm(L) x 12cm(W)
Bat Pod measures at 16cm(L) x 4cm(W)

It was great challenge building a movie accurate Tumbler as many of the surfaces are angled, not particularly easy with lego bricks that generally connects at right angle. It was even more challenging to build a movie accurate Bat Pod in minifig scale, as the original vehicle was designed to fit a normal human proportion! However, I am pleased as how it turns out, and hope you like it too.

Thanks for viewing and hopefully with your support this can be owned by many other enthusiast!

If you like what you see here, don't forget to check out my other projects:

The Dark Knight Trilogy Movie Accurate 2 Seaters The Bat
Iron Man 3 Movie Accurate Hall of Armor - set of 7

The original vehicle design and proportion recreated in minifig scale.
All flaps are movable and all Tumbler details faithfully replicated.

The tires of the Bat Pod matches that of the Tumbler front tires as in the original design.

The Bat Pod comes with an EMP Gun holder and the wheels rotates similarly like the movie.
The interior of the Tumbler fits 2 minifigs sitting upright.

Some minifigures that can be included with the set, designed to be movie accurate of course.
From Left to Right: Lt. James Gordon, Henri Ducard, Batman Begins Suit, Ra's al Ghul, Joker, Scarecrow, Two Face

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