The automotive industry has always been on the lookout for faster prototyping and solutions for reducing the part's weight while retaining the structural strength. Here's a curated list of some of the best automotive 3D printing applications so far.
If you’re into car replicas, Maurizio Casella’s designs are just right for you. The collection of 3D printable classic cars has just been expanded with a notch models: The Jeep Wrangler. Ride on!
Local Motors have chosen the new design for their second 3D printed car model that is hopefully going to hit the road some time in 2016.
Jay Leno's Garage takes a spin in the world's first 3D printed environmentally friendly supercar: the Divergent Blade.
Altair, APWORKS, EOS, and other leading manufacturers partner up under the 3i-PRINT program to 3D print front-end structure for VW Caddy.
Ever wanted to build your own Chevrolet Camaro engine? Eric Harrell has proven that it can be done with just a 3D printer and some screws.
Paying tribute to F1 racing legend Ayrton Senna, this 3D printed replica of his Mclaren F1 Car is truly a labor of love.
Classic car collector Giuseppe Guerini has combined his passion for 3D printing and Porsches by 3D printing a 1:4 scale Porsche 356 engine.
World's largest truck manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has a massive inventory of spare parts, and soon many of them will be 3D printed on demand.
There's 3D printed cars, and then there's 3D printed radio-controlled cars. Now in its fifth year, the OpenRC project is more fun and accessible than ever.
Once driven by Hollywood royalty, a classic Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 racing car is restored to its former glory with 3D scanning and 3D printing.
Graduate students have designed and engineered the Toyota uBox, a car aimed at "Generation Z" that can be customized with 3D printing.
BMW will show two Mini concept cars at the upcoming IAA 2017 motor show in Frankfurt, and both models will make use of 3D printed parts.
Automotive corporation, Daimler, is using 3D printing to cut the time and cost of creating replacement parts in buses and touring coaches.
Based off of a 1971 Ford Torino, Romanian artist Ioan Florea designed a liquid metal 3D printed vehicle that was auctioned off for $5,500.
Local Motors is an automotive company which developed a talking, autonomous bus with help from MakerBot desktop 3D printers.
This 1954 Pininfarina Jaguar XC120 restoration by CMC took 2nd-in-class at Pebble Beach. The secret weapon? 3D printing.