Strati is the world’s first 3D printed car that is fully functional and takes just two days to made. The $17000 vehicle consists of 49 parts and has got a top speed of 60 kmph.
The battery powered car is conceived by Local Motors and its body is made of layers of black plastic and carbon fibre. Strati’s all 49 parts including tires, electric motor, wheels and window shield are constructed using traditional method, while the hoodm chasis, centre console, seats and dash are all 3D printed.
The Arizona based company used a special 3D printer capable of processing parts in bulk sizes. Local Motors is a well known manufacturer of motorcycles and skateboards using the breakthrough technology. According to the company’s official website, Strati will be put into production very soon and it will be available for purchase within months.