If we try our best to consider it with the engineering view, the most likely inner-layer material would be sorbothane, like what Batman did. With the V-shaped hard outer layer (Hagne), and high-pliable material as the inner padding medium (Kawagane and Shigane) as shown in Figure 3. Multi-cladding designs maximize the stiffness (or hardness) of the suit to penetrate the target, or preventattacks, as well as maintaining the stability of the whole structure. Figure 1. Three-view sketch of the original version of Iron Man suit, Mark 1, with nearly-full-body coverage of iron, weapon-loaded and mobility-enhanced. The Mark VI costume is the most recent upgraded version of the superhero as seen in the Iron Man 2 movie. The first version of Iron Man’s suit appeared in Iron Man 1, it was built in a military base of a terrorist organisation called the “Ten Rings”. Unlike the other Iron Man platforms which are powered by self-contained Arc Reactors inside the chest pieces, the Mark V relies on power from Tony’s own chest unit, thus having a more limited amount of power and straining his chest unit, and keeping anyone else from using the suit. The main section of the suit is lifted onto his chest where the ARC Reactor cover is attached to his chest and initializes the main deployment.
The deployment is complete when the faceplate slides closed and seals, as the helmet and HUD receive power and finish initializing. The next stage of deployment is initiated when Tony pulls the gauntlets off of the main assembly and away from his body, extending fully out. The armored gauntlets with handles rotate into place for Tony to grab while stepping into the open armored boots. However, it cannot reach high altitudes or speeds, and is limited in the weight it can carry during flight, but the advantage of flight means Tony can escape situations that he would potentially lose in without the flight capabilities. Except for the very first suit, Mark 1, all the others have the following capabilities, external armour, supersonic flight, hovering capability, Weapons, decoy flares, and AI remote assistance. Though it is obsolete compared to the other Iron Man platforms, the suit shines in portability and its ability to be quickly deployed in any location from a small brief-case into a full suit of armor with 100% body coverage, offensive capabilities, and limited flight. Pilot: While fighting in the Battle of Earth, Potts demonstrated the ability to perform complex aerial maneuvers in the Iron Man Armor: Mark XLIX.
Meanwhile, Iron Man’s suits fit the host’s body and cover all the body parts. A maneuverable suit that can fold down small enough to fit in a briefcase. Only Tony Stark’s use of martial arts enabled him to get in close and knock Vanko down before removing Vanko’s ARC Reactor, rendering his whips powerless. The fight was very short, but Ivan Vanko’s whips managed to show they could be severely damaging to Iron Man’s most basic armor, causing catastrophic damage to several sections, and disabled one if not both repulsors, which Vanko deflected with his whips. Then, during the final act, when Doctor Strange and the other heroes who were dusted show up to help the original Avengers fight off the 2014 Thanos’ army, Pepper suddenly flies into frame sporting a violet suit of armor, Tony’s anniversary gift. That armor, being the Mark III. The first generation, Mark 1, the was made of steel and leather armor, with poor designs and lack of stability. The next generation, Mark 2, used steel alloys and chrome-plated titanium. It is not shown if the flaps of the other Iron Man platforms are present on the Mark V, though it is unlikely from the looks of the back plates.
He has also got some stuff that’s very screen-accurate, including the screen displays that are a direct lift from Battlestar. Now this vehicle is a lot closer to reality than most – if you’ve got roughly £1m to spare it goes on sale in 2020, and will doubtless appeal to the odd billionaire who’s desperate for a novelty to add to the collection of Ferraris and Learjets. However, these materials will cause the armor to be frozen in high-altitude areas, according to the theme in Iron Man 1. Considering this, Tony Stark finally changed his selection to titanium alloy as the core material, with a mixture of glass fiber. This means that Tony cannot exceed certain speeds during flight for the chance of tumbling out of control or not being able to maneuver adequately. The entire process is shown to have been completed in roughly 18-20 seconds, which while being incredibly quick, Tony is immobile and vulnerable during that time, and thus the suit can only be deployed when a safe moment is found and utilized. But one after another, Ford, Rover, Volkswagen, Talbot, Renault and Peugeot all politely declined to have their brand associated with the world’s worst golfer.