We all thought about the batman car we see in movies in our lives, how to use it, and we encountered a few people who produced this vehicle, that is, the Batmobile, which some of them imagine, though not often. 23-year-old Nguyen Dac Chung, who appeared differently, managed to produce one of the different Batmobile with the Bat Mobile tool he produced.
Vietnamese architecture student Nguyen started this initiative in line with his designs and plans to produce the Batmobile, which we saw in the Dark Knight trilogy. Nguyen managed to present us these days by combining this tool, which he saw in stories and movies, with his imaginary world. Nguyen invested 10 months and approximately $ 25,000 in this project, and finally achieved his dreams.
The Batmobile from Nguyen is not just a blueprint or an image. The vehicle can be used and driven like any other vehicle. The Batmobile, produced by himself, has a 4-cylinder 400 cc engine that can reach a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour. The vehicle has a total of 6 shock absorbers, 4 at the front and 2 at the rear. The spoiler at the rear can be adjusted with an electrical system.
However, the jet engine, which we see behind the Batmobile and is one of the symbolic features of the vehicle, is only available as an image in the Batmobile produced by the young student. Still, this part of the vehicle hosts a motorcycle exhaust. In other words, the place that looks like a jet engine works functionally in a sense.
The interior design of the Batmobile is offered for two people. Still, Nguyen said that there are many things to do in the interior of the vehicle, especially concerning lighting. Nguyen used the parts he could find in his country and imported parts from various countries to produce the Batmobile.
Nguyen Dac Chung, an architecture student, is an entrepreneur as well as a student. Nguyen finances his project with the income he earns as a result of entrepreneurship. Although Nguyen’s Batmobile has not been completed yet, the features of the vehicle that we have heard of even now are admirable.