Tony Stark’s red-golden armor is one of the coolest costumes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first Iron Man film introduced us to the Mark 1, which is less sophisticated and under-finish armor that stole the hearts of the viewers until Stark projects himself after coming out of a cave and then landing in the middle of a desert. All the way from Iron Man to Iron Man 3, Stark has developed a pretty cool bunch of armors. One of them is the Hulkbuster armor which was featured in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But, the current red-golden armor has maintained the reputation on-screen and off-screen. So without any further ado, check out four facts you don’t know about Iron Man’s suits.
1) All the suits have same basic gadgets
Tonk Stark has a huge range of Iron Man suits which vary in terms of their use in different situations. All the suits maintain different atmosphere are made from strong material. However, not all are made up of metal. Irrespective of everything, all the Iron Man suits are installed with repulsors which help Stark blast a superpower beam from his palms. Other common gadgets are jet system beneath the boots , ability to fly, bullet proof and most of them are linked to JARVIS, a vice-assistant system of Tony Stark.
2) All Iron Man suits are not always red-golden
Remember the Mark 1 which was introduced in the first cinematic appearance of Iron Man in the movie with the same. It is a gray metallic iron-made suit that gave the first impression of the suit that Tony Stark will be donning, but then red-golden was introduced. Now there are several Iron Man suits which have different colors depending on the timelines they are used. Stark also has a full gold color suit and a black stealth armor. Other colors are silvery blue (Artic Armor) and red and silver (Silver Centurion Armor).