The 10-foot-long plastic car takes 2,500 hours to print out. The Urbee 2 is eco-friendly thanks to its “lightweight” 1,200-pound chassis, which helps it get more miles per gallon.Car’s frame will be mostly plastic, but it still requires a metal engine — a hybrid engine that has a maximum of 10 horsepower. The Urbee 2 is also reportedly capable of reaching 40 miles per hour with a 36-volt electric motor. The prototype costing around US$50,000 to make.

Ultra-Strong and Ultra-Light 3-D Printed Car

via: wired.com