3D-Printed Cars Coming from Honda

There's always something new to look forward to every day and, when it comes to the automotive industry, our favorite Japanese automaker is constantly amazing us with everything they're coming up with and announcing. Recently, we learned about something new that Honda showed off in Japan and it could change the way people in cities drive!

We're talking about some 3D-Printed Honda Micro Electric Vehicles that the automaker has created, set to fit a small family of three, and is potentially completely customizable from the entry point of the doors to a hatchback trunk, or the number of seats inside the cabin. Despite being 3D-printed, these vehicles are very light and stable thanks to some engineering expertise from the motorcycle division, resulting in a pipe-based skeleton inside the body. While the prototypes were drivable, the rides were apparently just a short trip through a faux-Japanese village to give journalists an idea of what's to come.

While we wait for more details to emerge about this new vehicle technology, we welcome one and all to come out and take a look at everything we have to offer in our selection of new Honda models.

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