The company from San Francisco, Divergant Microfactories (DM) has presented its prototype supercar named Blade. The most interesting thing about the Blade’s what it comes to the car that was created using 3D printing.

Of course, the complete vehicle did not occur the process of 3D printing. It has aluminum components which are printed and which form the basis of the chassis of this model. Called Nodes these alloy elements are combined with pipes made of carbon fiber. Panels body of the model created by the lightweight composites but specific details were not disclosed. The vehicle is equipped with a four-cylinder turbocharged engine that use fuel gas and compressed natural gas.