Turn your iPhone into a Batmobile or Delorean with these crazy light-up cases

Bandai Delorean iPhone 6 case

Folks in the market for a distinctively different iPhone case who don’t mind some bulk should check out a pair of crazy cases hailing from Japan.

As highlighted by TouchArcade, the cases turn your device into a near-perfect replica of Tim Burton’s Batmobile or a Delorean from Back to the Future II, complete with blinking LEDs and sliding plastic doors to reveal the camera lens and the physical buttons.

Though impractical in terms of daily use, these cases will sure turn heads and make you the star of every party. Created by Bandai, they’re available in Japan for 5,940 yen, which works out to approximately $50.

Bandai’s Batmobile case for the iPhone 6, part of its Crazy Case series, has extendable wheels to reveal the camera lens and a turbo booster at the back of the vehicle which projects the bat signal onto surfaces.

How cool is that?

And if that weren’t enough, the LEDs light up when a call comes in.

Here it is in action.


If the Batmobile doesn’t suit your tastes, how about this one based on one of the most popular vehicles in film history? Introducing the Delorean Time Machine case.

It features the wheels that go from hover mode to being flipped out so you can access the camera and side buttons. And like the Batmobile case, it has LEDs so both the headlights and external car wires will light up and blink when a phone call comes in.


“This is a special year, as the setting of the second installment of the Back to the Future series was this year, 2015,” noted case vendor Bandai.

Not sure which one’s crazier, but I’d sure love to give them both a try!

You can pre-order your Batmobile or Delorean over at the Bandai website. As mentioned before, the cases are currently available in Japan but should launch internationally at a later date.

Delivery is expected in June.

Aren’t these the most insane iPhone cases you’ve ever seen? If only they were remote controlled with the iPhone when it’s not used as a case.

Source: TouchArcade via ShortList