Photo credit: Nguyen Dac Chung
Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy introduced Batman’s Tumbler, and now, an architectural student has created an electric version. This Batmobile looks just like its real-life counterpart, but with a few modern upgrades underneath, minus the weapons.
Believe it or not, this was created by 23-year-old architectural student Nguyen Dac Chung from the University of Architecture, Hanoi in Vietnam. It took 10-months to build and consists of many 3D-printed components, with some parts sourced from the United States as well as South Korea. Features include hydraulic doors, tactical cameras, and massive wheels. For those in Ho Chi Minh City, you can see it in person at the VAN DARYL automotive gallery.
- Features a true-to-life model car - a LEGO Technic replica version of the BATMOBILE, the iconic super-hero car, as seen in the 2022 movie
- There's lots to explore in this epic car model, with 2 light bricks included, plus an 8-cylinder engine with moving pistons and a spinning flame
- Other features of this LEGO BATMOBILE model car include front steering, differential on rear wheels, plus opening doors and hood
As a kid, I was a fan of superheroes, especially batman. Growing up, I’ve always wanted to build a batmobile. All of them. From the Adam West’s to Christian Bale’s. While other cosplay businesses focus on costumes and accessories, I wanted to take things to the next level and completely blow people’s minds‘,” said Nguyen Dac Chung