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Monday, February 3, 2020

The Darth Vader's insane car

For fans of the world's phenomenal sequel 'Starwars' movie are certainly familiar with the antagonist figure named Darth Vader. Turn out, those antagonist figure from the George Lucas's directed movies also had been inspired the automotive designer at Mattel Inc., a famous Hot Wheels' brand toy maker company to create a unique four-wheeled vehicle in real-scale.

The full-scale Vader HotWheels car uses a Corvette chassis and is reportedly has a speed of 80 mph displayed at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36TEDGV)
The car that has the similarity appearance to the Darth Vader's mask was built shortly after the 1:64 scaled toy version was launched. After the construction process had been finished, then the Hot Wheels toy company displayed this unique-faced car at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC).
As mentioned above, this car has a fairly eccentric appearance on the exterior, because it is made to resemble the mask of the Dark Side central figure named Anakin Skywalker aka Darth Vader. In fact, as quoted by the DuPont Registry, this car is also fitted with a special feature that allow it to make a sound of the Darth Vader's typical breath.
The full-scale Vader HotWheels car uses an LS3 V8 engine which is also used by the Corvette and is able to provide maximum power of 526 hp. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2ue2bZT)
The car's construction is built on a Corvette chassis by using carbon fiber material, the rest is custom made up to its all four red-striped wheels. This car is guaranteed to function 100 percent like a car in general, just imagine if the Supreme Commander is behind the wheel, it will definitely look so frightening and unique.
How not, this unique car will be able to run fast, because under the hood there is an LS3 V8 engine which is also used by the Corvette and is able to provide maximum power of 526 hp and top speed of 128 kph, but noted can penetrate a maximum speed of 240 kph. *** [EKA [27042014] | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GIZMAG]
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