Although you can’t buy one yet, the 3D printed car is becoming a reality already. These are the top 10 coolest 3D printed cars right now.
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.
McLaren-Honda and Stratasys have announced a new partnership, bringing the uPrint SE Plus 3D printer on-site to track testings and races.
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.
In 3D printed cars, usually the chassis is 3D printed. A German prototyping company went a step further: they 3d printed a functional working cylinder block. It’s even better than the real thing.
Prague startup, 4ekolka, has created a 3D printed, all-electric city car prototype which can travel as far as 124 miles on a full charge.
Local Motors’ new creation is a driverless, autonomous, 3D printed bus. “Olli” can even talk to passengers, thanks to IBM’s Watson supercomputer.
Designed specifically for self-driving cars, the Eagle-360 is a radical concept in future transport: a 3D printed car tire in the shape of a sphere.
The McLaren Honda Formula 1 team will utilize Stratasys 3D printing for visual and functional prototyping, customized use-end parts, and production tooling.
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.
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.
Students at Cyclone Racing used 3D printing for their entry to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International Formula car contest.