We usually see 3D-printed vehicles in fictional films and never think they are real, but now the first 3D-printed car in the world is available for sales.
The world's first 3D-printed vehicle will be in the market by April 2019
According to the latest car new, this first 3D-printed electric car in the world - the LSEV was unveiled in the 3D Printing Cultural Museum in Shanghai. The vehicle is planned to go on sales by April 2019.
The LSEV is produced and designed by XEV Limited and Polymaker. All its parts are made of the innovative material which was refined from corns. Because they are all 3D-printed, the manufacturer could make the car two-thirds as fast as traditional automobile assembly process. Furthermore, the car weighs only 450kg and has purely 57 components.
The first 3D-printed car in the world is available for sales now
Up to the present, the company has received 7000 orders for this electric car from Europe. It was said that these 3D-printed vehicles will primarily be used for time-sharing lease and post logistics.