The 9X Vietnamese group spent more than $25,000 to build the ‘Batman’ car that caused a fever in the online community

The 9X Vietnamese group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 1.

The two-seat custom car model is inspired by the movie “Batman” owned by Nguyen Dac Chung, born in 1998 in Hanoi. Passion for mechanics, cars and sci-fi movies is the source of this unique model – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The 9X Vietnamese group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 2.

After three years of ideation and design since seeing the car in the film, Chung’s team decided to embark on the project. Not afraid of failure, not thinking that it’s impossible, the group of young people is determined right from the start of the idea. “I have never seen a car in real life, but my passion has motivated me to make this Batmobile,” said Nguyen Dac Chung – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The Vietnamese 9X group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 3.

Since the drawing, Chung’s team took about 18 months to perfect the idea. According to the 24-year-old man, the appearance is more than 90% similar to the prototype in the movie. “The bat-wing opening car door is the biggest difference compared to the door on the hood like the prototype,” said Dac Chung – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The Vietnamese 9X group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 4.

The entire chassis is made of fiberglass, while the chassis is made of iron. According to Chung, most of the components and details are ordered from abroad. Wheels are the most time consuming part of purchasing and shipping. Total cost is more than 25,000 USD until completion – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The 9X Vietnamese group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 5.

Working in the architecture industry, so some of the mechanical work of the car costs the team a lot of time and effort. “The hardest part is the stability of the two wheels before moving and how to get the tires to achieve the desired color and contours,” said Chung – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The Vietnamese 9X group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car that caused a fever in the online community - Photo 6.

This two-seater model with a falling door opening was initially equipped with an internal combustion engine, but when completed, the team switched to using an electric motor to increase environmental friendliness. With 30W motor and rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack – Photo: MARCO STUDIOS

The Vietnamese 9X group spent more than $25,000 to build a Batman car, causing a fever in the online community - Photo 7.

The Batmobile of the Vietnamese 9x group has now been tested on the track – Photo: MARCO STUDOS

Batmobile of the Vietnamese 9x group tested on the track – Video: MARCO STUDIOS

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