The Chinese company Sanya Sihai has created a new, low cost car using 3D printed technologies, and they have done using “tyrant gold” filaments. This is definitely sure to impress any rulers on your shopping list, and at a price that makes it easier to handle for the average buyer.
The car is all electric and weighs in at a mere 1,102 lbs (500 kg). It measures only 11.9 ft (3.6m) long and 5.5 ft (1.63m) wide, making it it easy to park at those soon to be popular 3D printed road rallies.
It only cost costs $1770 to build the car in its entirety, not bad for a fun little cruiser that rolls out at a break neck 25 mph.
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