That's because it's made mostly out of plastic bricks - 344,187 of them, to be precise, in 17 different colors.
The awesome life-size Batmobile, inspired by the one in "The Lego Batman Movie" is 17-feet long and features some pretty neat features, such as hands-free calling, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, as well as built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection.
In the ad, part of the Bowtie brand's "Real People, Not Actors" campaign, some Lego figurines discuss what kind of person would drive the Batmobile.
Appearing at this year's Detroit Auto Show is the Caped Crusader's latest ride of choice, as styled by Chevy and students in Cody Rouge (a neighborhood just north of Dearborn, Michigan).
Total weight is 1,695.5 pounds.
The Lego Batman Movie is just weeks away, and to add hype to what already looks like an epic movie, a life-sized Lego Batmobile has been unveiled.
According to the spec sheet on Chevy's website, the Batmobile features a rare 60.2-liter, V-100 engine that cranks out 20,000 horsepower and is capable of towing 120,000 pounds. In the animated LEGO movie, Batman once again faces his arch-rival, The Joker.
The LEGO® Batmobile was designed and assembled in the LEGO® Model Shop in Enfield, Connecticut, by LEGO Master Builders. "I'm a big fan of DVD/Blu-ray freeze-framing of things, so throughout the movie we've hidden all sorts of things for fans of Batman or DC Comics or LEGO", McKay told Empire in November.
Chevy reports that it took 222 hours to design to 1,833 hours of put together, which comes out to an unfathomable three months of effort on a 24/7 basis.