Disneyland Paris just shared a first look at the new Avengers Deployment Vehicle or “ADV”.
The “Cybertruck”-esque design features oversized wheels and angular bodywork rocking a metal look.
The in-story explanation is that it was designed by Marvel Heroes Tony Stark in collaboration with Shuri from Wakanda Design Group, the Avengers Deployment Vehicle will deploy super heroes to various key locations throughout Avengers Campus in Walt Disney Studios Park Paris.
Powered by Wakandan Vibranium, the “ADV” reflects Tony Stark’s personal style.
Functional sliding doors have also been integrated into the vehicle, which will add a nice touch of kinetic energy effect when super heroes enter and exit the “ADV”.
Park goers will also get to peek into the interior of the “ADV”, which will be completely themed.
The “ADV” could be used for super hero meet and greets, cavalcades, as well as transporting characters to outdoor shows.
The “Avengers Deployment Vehicle” has just been delivered to Disneyland Paris and will be ready for the grand opening of Avengers Campus.
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