Available to rent in this dimension only: The official "Mortymobile," which features a giant Morty Smith on top of a Mazda 3.
The Mortymobile is available to rent through Turo, which the company says is the "world’s largest car-sharing marketplace." You can see photos of the Mortymobile in our gallery above or by clicking here.
A news release explains more about the Mortymobile:
Created in partnership with Adult Swim, this eccentric vessel offers fans of the hit show a once-in-a-lifetime chance to drive a truly one-of-a-kind car that’s sure to turn heads and attract intergalactic attention.
Morty Smith is the grandson of Rick Sanchez, an alcoholic mad scientist who takes Morty along on interdimensional and intergalactic adventures.
Rick and Morty just began its fourth season on November 10 on Adult Swim.
The Mortymobile began a tour of the country at the Adult Swim Festival in Los Angeles this past weekend. More tour dates will be announced at a later date.
You can book the Mortymobile here.
About the Mortymobile
Painstakingly designed and hand-crafted using the finest fiberglass available in this dimension, the larger-than-life Morty is fixed atop a 2010 Crystal White Pearl Mica Mazda 3. This 5-door hatchback boasts a 2.5L four-cylinder engine with 167 horsepower, a four-speaker audio system for bumping the planet-rescuing slapper, “Get Schwifty,” and power windows, so you can feel that brisk November breeze on your face.
Turo is the world’s largest car-sharing marketplace, where you can book the perfect vehicle for your next adventure — from a tech-forward Tesla to a slick Mazda 3 with a giant cartoon affixed a top — from a global community of trusted hosts. To book the Mortymobile, you need to get approved to drive on Turo, so sign up now so you can get behind the wheel of this sweetest of whips. Since this buttery ride is bound to be a hot commodity, all guests who book the Mortymobile must be at least 30 years old and will be subject to additional security screenings and a security deposit to protect the precious cargo up top.