Mechanical elephant made from reclaimed wood and steel
Renewing the memories of the Sultanās Elephant that no longer exists, France brings its replica to the world. The imitation of the elephant was built as a part of the Machines of the Isle of Nantes, an artistic, tourist and cultural project based in Nantes, France. The main objective of the project is to portray the city as a creative place of dream and fantasy.
Dubbed the āGreat Elephantā, this 12 meters high and 8 meters wide mechanical elephant uses 45 tons of reclaimed wood and steel for its construction. This robo elephant is capable of taking up to 49 passengers on a 45-minute joy ride. With ultra-stylish draped in sustainability, this one here surly shows way to a dream green ride.