Batman's Tumbler goes electric

Batman's Tumbler goes electric

Would you like to feel like the Dark Knight but are you worried about the environment? No problem, the Vietnamese company Van Daryl - which specializes in small-scale replicas of the most famous cars in cinema - has created a 100% electric version of the Tumbler, the armored and menacing-looking Batmobile seen in the Christopher Nolan trilogy.

The electric Tumbler made by Van Daryl is 3.7 meters long, 2.4 wide and 1.3 high, so it is about 1 meter shorter than the original seen in the movies. As for the aesthetic aspect, however, the work done was painstaking and it takes a truly expert eye to notice that this is not the original Batmobile. Thanks to the use of light and high quality materials such as carbon fiber, steel and ABS plastic, the replica of the Tumbler weighs just 600 kg; unfortunately there is no information about the powertrain and batteries, which are lithium-ion but we don't know the capacity.

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The price of Van Daryl's electric Tumbler is currently unknown, but the most avid fans - and we imagine wealthy - of the Dark Knight series will still be able to contact the Vietnamese company, which will provide information on the price and methods of delivery only on request.

Among the various projects by Van Daryl we also find a version of the Bandit9 motorcycle made with aerospace aluminum and an unparalleled attention to detail, with over 400 components made with high-precision cutting systems.

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