Nguyen Dac Chung, an artist based in Hanoi, has crafted a replica of the Dark Knight's iconic Batmobile that is capable of freeway speeds. The impressive vehicle is also the world's first electric Batmobile. Nguyen and his team of designers, architects, mechanics, and engineers worked together to build the dream car, reproducing Christopher Nolan's version of the Batmobile, known as "the Tumbler."
The Batmobile is made of a mixture of materials such as ABS, composite, steel, and carbon fiber. Some parts of the Batmobile are handcrafted while others are 3D-printed for precision. Nguyen introduced sustainable tech to the vehicle by integrating an electric engine, as well as automatic hydraulic doors and 4 tactical cameras for a near 360-degree view. The vehicle also has a passenger seat, making it a functional vehicle rather than just a display piece.
Nguyen's replica Batmobile is an impressive feat of engineering, boasting a masculine, utilitarian design that makes it feel like an off-road tank. The vehicle's frame is made from steel, and the armor panels that form the body are also specially crafted. The electric engine allows the Batmobile to reach highway speeds, making it a fully operational, tactical vehicle that can handle any situation. Overall, Nguyen's creation is a remarkable achievement that is sure to impress fans of the Dark Knight and car enthusiasts alike.
The Van Daryl automotive gallery in Ho Chi Minh City is displaying the Batmobile.