The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) or lunar rover was a type of surface exploration rover used on the Moon during the Apollo program. It is also known by its popular nickname of "moon buggy". Three of the Apollo missions took LRVs to the Moon.
The rover was first used on July 31, 1971, during the Apollo 15 mission. This greatly expanded the range of the lunar explorers. Previous teams of astronauts were restricted to short walking distances around the landing site due to the bulky space suit equipment required to sustain life in the lunar environment. The rovers had a top speed of about 8 mph (13 km/h). [source: wiki]
The FIRST Lunar Rover / moon buggy of Apollo 15 covered a total distance of 17.25 miles (27.76 km) on the moon surface, traversing once per day over the three day course of each mission.
And here's an Action Man 1/6 scale Lunar Roving Vehicle from 1997 (Had posted much earlier but thought this was a timely entry, being the 40th anniversary of the moon landing - post HERE)
It's made up of mostly plastic parts (touted as "ultra lightweight construction") with satellite missile launcher and came with the Action Man Astronaut with reflective silver chrome finish visor
It cannot be compared with the Batpod of course but for its price and as a child's toy, it's pretty decent.
Lego Lunar Rover / Moon Buggy