The iconic Batmobile from the 'Batman' TV show has been sold at auction to a mystery bidder for $4.2 million (£2.6 million).
The 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car was adapted by customiser George Barris to emit lasers, smoke screens and oil slicks - as well as boasting its very own "Batphone".
Car fanatic Barris bought the car from Ford for a nominal $1 in the 1960s, then spent $15,000 and 15 days transforming the vehicle for the show. It was used by Batman actor Adam West and his sidekick Robin, played by Burt Ward.
Crowds gathered yesterday to see the iconic car auctioned by Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona. While the auctioneers revealed the winning bid, the identity of the car's new owner was kept under wraps.