The Electric Batmobile
Powered by AI
Movie and comic book fans around the world can now get their hands on a unique and unforgettable accessory, thanks to Vietnamese artist Nguyen Dac Chung's creative workshop, Macro Studios. Nestled in Hanoi, the workshop has become renowned for its incredible replicas of popular costumes from film, television, and comics, creations that could stand up to anything you'd find at a comic con or on-screen.
But recently, Nguyen has outdone himself with an amazing innovation: an electrically-powered replica of the Batmobile Tumbler from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. Weighing in at 1,322 pounds and crafted using original blueprints, this astonishingly accurate recreation is made of carbon fiber, steel, and ABS parts (some 3D printed) and features automatic hydraulically-operated doors as well as a four-camera system allowing nearly 360-degree view from the cockpit. With impressive speeds capable of reaching freeways, fascinated enthusiasts can marvel at Nguyen's stunningly meticulous work that resulted in such a realistic copy of this iconic vehicle.
The demand for Nguyen's remarkable handcrafted replication is skyrocketing as more people hear about these ingenious replicas he has designed - many of which come with his own intricate details added onto them. Aspiring car aficionados can now purchase their very own exquisite version (or several!) of the Batmobile to show off - a luxurious purchase that surely renders all other accessories obsolete in comparison.