Last year, Polymaker and XEV teamed up to launch what was claimed to be the first mass-producible 3D-printed electric car, the LSEV. Now Germany’s BigRep has unveiled a design prototype of a sporty little number made up of 14 3D-printed parts, plus an electric powertrain and self-driving tech.
Named Loci, the curvy four-wheeler has been designed by the company’s NowLab consultancy – the same design studio responsible for the futuristic Nera motorcycle – as a last mile transport solution for urban areas, airports, for short commutes, as a campus runabout, or for local deliveries.
It measures 85 x 146 x 285 cm and is put together from 14 unique components printed using BigRep’s Pro, Studio G2 and One machines. The body is printed using the company’s own Pro HT material, BigRep’s PLX material […]
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