What’s most stunning about the BMW i-3/60° isn’t its futuristic yet viable appearance. It’s what’s inside! The vehicle’s construction consists of layered structural elements that were designed to ease transportation while maintaining structural integrity. After building the shell, the remaining exterior and accessory parts are chosen from a 3D-printable catalogue for the user’s complete customization. Check out the vid for the full 360°!

Designer: Han Yong-Fei

Video_1 from han yong-fei on Vimeo.

video_2 from han yong-fei on Vimeo.


  • Cannot wait until 3D printing technology is at a point where we are all able to print off everyday objects (such as cars and gadgets). I look forward to tweaking the imperfections of products to suit my needs and standards. The design engineers skills will come in great demand.

  • stephen russell says:

    Love this, how much & when can buyers do this??
    OK Nissan, Toyota, Maserati, Benz, Porsche, whose next

  • bob.ning says:

    Acturally,the 3D printing technology has allready shown used to print cars!

  • mif991 says:

    Outstanding presentation. Good luck to the designer, he seems to have a good handle on this emerging technology.

  • TPtt says:


  • Everything is very open with a very clear explanation of the challenges.
    It was definitely informative. Your site is very useful.
    Many thanks for sharing!

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