The Supermarine Concept was unveiled by Bandit9, a Vietnamese custom shop, in February 2020. The business stated back then that it intended to dedicate the entire year of 2020 to work on this single project, taking it from an idea to a finished product.
As of October, Bandit9 had concluded the finished Supermarine project was ready for public release. The final product comes in two variants: one built of ABS race-spec bodywork, and another from carbon fiber bodywork.
This is a sea-themed design built to move quickly on land, with bodywork clearly influenced by Mobula rays and a frame modeled after coral reefs. The Triumph twin engine in either 900cc or 1200cc displacement was chosen by Bandit9 to propel the Supermarine.
In other words, Supermarine isn't a unique custom creation. As a substitute, Bandit9 will custom-build a Supermarine for customers who want one. Buyers have an option of Nitron or Ohlins suspensions, as well as Brembo or Beringer Aerotec brakes, in addition to displacement and body composition.
Depending on your preference, the frame is built of 7075 Aluminum or carbon fiber. The improved model's weight ranges from 216 to 190 kg (476 to 419 lbs). According to Bandit9, some specs may change as the company perfects the design, but the basic framework is now ready to be shipped to customers.
Therefore, we'll be watching with bated breath to see if anyone ever uploads a review of their Supermarine experience on the web. Nonetheless, the finished product is really stunning.