Architecture student AN created the world’s first electric-powered Batmobile.
The lifelike replica, created by 23-year-old Vietnamese designer Nguyen Dac Chung, will go on sale later this year.
The latest model is a reimagining of the iconic vehicle from Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.
Weighing in at less than 600kg, this impressive engine is powered by an electric motor and can reach speeds of up to 65mph.
The tank-like vehicle also boasts remote-operated automatic hydraulic doors and four tactical cameras with 360-degree field of view.
Thanks to experts from all over the world, it is designed using 3D printing technology as well as carefully handcrafted elements.
The man behind the big campaign, Nguyen, from Hanoi, said he was inspired to make the fake car thanks to his love of superheroes as a child.
He said: “When I was a kid, I was a big fan of superheroes, especially Batman. Growing up, I always wanted to build a Batmobile.
“All of them. From Adam West to Christian Bale.”
Nguyen and his team took more than 10 months to build the frame and electrical lines for the car – and another two years to complete it completely.
However, the 23-year-old said he has never given up on his dream of implementing the project.
“When I decide to do something, I never give up,” Nguyen added.
“When you feel like quitting, think about why you started.”
The Batmobile is currently on display at Ho Chi Minh City’s Van Daryl Gallery, where potential buyers can inquire about the electric model.
It is estimated that it is just one of a handful of copies in the world with one of the newest selling for £680,000.
In 2020, it was reported that a copy of the gun was made stopped by the Russian police.
The lifelike motorcycle was seized by traffic officers in Moscow after they noticed it had no number plates and was too wide for the city’s streets.
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