Now BMW is printed on a 3D printerJune 28, 2019
The network showed the layout Vision M Next, printed on a 3D-printer.
Earlier, the Bavarian concern has demonstrated a carbon concept car equipped with chaika wings and a hybrid Power Phev power unit delivering 600 liters. with. It consists of a two-liter gasoline engine, equipped with an additional mode of movement Boost +, which allows you to instantly jerk from a place for 3 seconds. accelerate to 100 km / h. Speed ceiling is 300 km / h. On one charge, without a gasoline engine, the car will overcome 100 km. Another feature of the concept is the new optics Laser Wire, which is an optical fiber coated with phosphor.
They don’t intend to put a car on the conveyor, however, anyone can print a version of a car of any dimensions: from toy to real ones. But at the same time, the user will get a shell without a motor and internal filling, which can be independently painted in the color you like.
In addition to the car itself, the manufacturer has posted on the web resource audio files that mimic the sound of a running engine. In the company’s version, the concept car has a two-tone color. Initially, this version was conceived as a show car, embodying the future of the design of the M-series cars. The company does not exclude that many technical solutions used in the construction of the supercar will be used in production models in the coming decade.
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