Divergent 3D is a Los Angeles-based car maker that’s planning to change the automotive world forever with the first 3D printed hypercar.
Dubbed as the Blade, the new vehicle was crafted using aerospace industry technology and techniques, with materials such as aerospace-grade carbon fiber and aluminum alloys. The result is an astonishing 720 bhp hypercar that was completely made with 3D printing.
Through the Blade, this innovative company wanted to showcase the capabilities of the 3D printing process. The hyper car is road legal and features four wheel drive and a 102 lbs (46 kg) chassis completely 3D printed as well. The interior is inspired from the jet industry, so you can expect to feel more in an airplane cockpit than behind the driving wheel of a car.
The LA-based company is backed by one of the richest people in the world, Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing. Back in […]
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