An artist recreated Batman's Tumbler as an electric car. The electric Batmobile is for sale. The 23-year-old artist and architect Nguyen Dac Chung has built an electric Batmobile to resemble actor Christian Bale's tumbler in the Dark Knight trilogy. However, buyers have to do without the attack mode, weapons, and other gadgets.
"This is a fully functional vehicle capable of highway speeds," Nguyen said. The artist based his recreation on the original design, building the frame out of steel and attaching the armor plates that make up the body. The design seems perfectly the same copy of the original Batmobile.
The electric Batmobile Tumbler is made from a combination of materials such as ABS, composites, steel, and carbon fiber materials. Some parts are handmade, others are 3D printed.
According to the artist, the vehicle weighs less than 600 kg. The Batmobile is equipped with hydraulic doors and four cameras that provide 360-degree all-round vision.
The vehicle is 3.7 meters long, 2.4 meters wide, and 1.3 meters high. 13-inch rims are fitted at the front and 18-inch rims at the rear. The electric motor accelerates the vehicle to 105 km/h. The artist did not name the range.
The prototype is currently on view at the Van Daryl Automotive Gallery in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The gallery has not yet announced a price. Interested parties can fill out a contact form to be informed about news.
Below are the six different images of the Batmobile that were published by the Van Daryl Automotive Gallery.