Given the immeasurable popularity of both 3D printers and gas-guzzling sprinters, it's therefore no surprise that a fair number of passionate engineers have tried their hand at building a 3D printed car. To celebrate that fact, we've pulled together 25 of our favorite additively manufactured vehicles for your reading and viewing pleasure. Of course, the somewhat ambiguous label of "3D printed car" comes with a few caveats, so let's get them out of the way before we hit the road: firstly, no cars on this list are entirely 3D printed.
Additive manufacturing, in its various forms, lends itself well to one-off chassis parts, plastic interior components, and even certain metal engine parts. To 3D print wheels, tires, brakes, and other critical parts does not, at present, make a great deal of practical sense.
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