Massivit 3D Printing Technologies is working in partnership with Marie 3D and renowned car designer Takumi Yamamoto to unveil the world’s first 3D printed, full-scale concept car at the Festival Automotive International taking place in Paris from January 31 to February 3, 2019.
This car will be unveiled as part of a Tribute to the late David Bowie and is sure to be the star attraction at this year’s show.
This tremendous concept car was printed on Marie 3D’s Massivit 1800 large format 3D printer and is a perfect expression of Yamamoto’s imaginative vision to build a concept car that embodies the late singer’s personal and physical traits. CG artist, Alexandre Larnac, turned the concept car’s screen-based 3D model into realistic renderings and animations giving the impression that the car was actually driving on the road whilst keeping the artistic inspiration of David Bowie’s spirit.
This concept car is sure to send flocks of David Bowie fans to the automotive show and will be the talking point for many aspiring car designers to release their creativity to start designing and printing full-scale car models.