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Guests at Comic-Con International in San Diego last week got a first-look at the latest real-life vehicle to be spawned from the world of Mattel’s iconic HOT WHEELS brand. The BATMAN v. SUPERMAN Twin Mill was inspired by the forthcoming BATMAN v. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, and will be reproduced as a 1:64 scale diecast car that kids and collectors will be able to find next spring as part of a larger BvS line of vehicles. Check out the making-of video below, along with some words on the styling direct from the Hot Wheels Team…

“The all-new custom-fabricated rear wing and engine covers suggest the shape of the Batman logo and reference the armor on the new film’s Batmobile. The Twin Mill’s graphics are derived from the texture and detail of the Batman and Superman costumes from the film, and the look of the two heroes is tied together with brushed steel striping from the hood back to the cockpit. All new wheels complete the car, giving it a tougher more aggressive look that matches the high-octane spirit of the new film.”

 BATMAN v. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE is in theaters on March 25, 2015.