Following the success of China’s 3D-printed houses, a company in Sanya, Hainan province on Tuesday rolled out the country’s very first, very orange 3D-printed car.
The 500kg electric-powered vehicle was designed and produced by the 3D printing tech company Sanya Sihai, according to CCTV News. While it took them around one month to build the car, the printing process was completed within a matter of five days.
China has not been timid in showcasing its accomplishments in the field of 3D printing, most recently this 1,100 square-meter 3D-printed mansion on display in Jiangsu province.
WinSun, the company behind the mansion, had previously produced 10 different 200 square-meter houses using a 500-foot-long 3D printer and industrial construction waste.
Last month, Local Motors introduced the world’s first 3D-printed car at a tech show in Chicago. All of the car’s components were printed within just 44 hours.
Game on, China.