The original Batmobile, from the legendary 1966 TV series, has gone on sale in the US for $5m.
The car, which was driven by caped crusader Adam West, was inspired by a concept car developed by Ford, called the Lincoln Futura.
It was built in just three weeks by car customiser George Barris and perfectly embodied the image of the superhero.
Handmade, the Lincoln Futura was designed by Ford but never put into production.
Barris’ design involved attaching additional bat inspired wings and a new front nose to the vehicle.
The original Batmobile was a great looking car packed full of innovative technology. Today’s Ford cars share many of these traits: from the beauty of the Mustang, to ground breaking tech that allows drivers to see around corners and detect people (and large objects) in the dark.
The car is on sale at the Barrett-Jackson Collection Showroom in Arizona.