It’s finally here, the world’s first 3D-printed supercar that is. Introducing “The Blade”, which was created using a series of chassis parts held together by carbon rod, like a giant LEGO kit. Weighing just 1,400-pounds, its 700-horsepower engine can use either compressed natural gas or gasoline, boosting the vehicle from 0-60 in just 2-seconds. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
“Divergent Microfactories plans to sell a limited number of high-performance vehicles that will be manufactured in its own microfactory. The goal is to put the platform in the hands of small entrepreneurial teams around the world, allowing them to set up their own microfactories and build their own cars and, eventually, other large complex structures. These microfactories will make innovation affordable while reducing the health and environmental impacts of traditional manufacturing,” reports The Daily Mail.