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3D-Printed Electric Cars Will Hit The Road In 2019

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In terms of carbon emissions, cars are generally considered one of the worst offenders. As electric vehicles and hybrids develop their technologies, the world watches to see how the roads will evolve and adapt to climate change. 

One development, in particular, may significantly shake up the car industry. XEV, an Italian EV company, and Polymaker, a Shanghai-based 3D printing material company, have joined forces to create the world’s first mass-produced 3D electric car.

This cozy two-seater ride, called LSEV, will weigh in at 992 pounds, which is relatively light compared to other cars. The primary material of the car will be polyamide, which is also referred to as nylon. While the range will be about 90 miles, drivers probably won’t be collecting too many speeding tickets since the top speed is 43 miles per hour.