We all know that when Peter Parker returns to the big screen for his solo movie, there’ll be more changes than just a new actor webbing his way across The Big Apple.

One of the biggest differences between this version of the Spidey and the others, is his crime-fighting costume, which will be a complete 21st century high-tech superhero suit, thanks to The Avenger’s Tony Stark.

Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man took one look at the ‘onesie’ with clouded goggles in Captain America: Civil War and decided the kid needed some better gear.


So he grabbed some new material and added a bit of that Stark-tech to deliver a new suit for this year’s release of Spider-Man: Homecoming (and for that Captain American: Civil War airport fight scene).

These are the four major changes Tony made to the new Spidey suit, according to the Spider-Man Movie Instagram page:


Expressive Eyes


Goodbye black goggles, hello built-in and expressive eye wear.


Catch that wind


How do you catch the wind and stay in the air a little longer? Webbed Wings of course.


Choose your web


That little grey gadget around his wrist does more than just complement his outfit, it actually lets him select different types of webs AND has a laser targeting system.


Holographic displays!


A GPS tracking system? WITH holographic display? That’s not 21st century, that’s somewhere in the future.

You know something has received that Tony Stark touch when it has holographic-anything. Can’t wait to see this nifty device in action.

Check out the video below for more:

The most important upgrade out of #CES2017. #SpiderManHomecoming

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