World’s first 3D printed hypercar that costs £1.3million and has a top speed of 268mph – The Sun

THE world's first 3D hypercar has just been revealed – and it costs a staggering £1.4million.

Produced by American automaker Czinger, the stunning motor is limited to just 80 models.

The 21C is set to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month, but car lovers were recently given a sneak peak at its impressive features.

The eye-catching model was designed and manufactured from scratch using innovative 3D printing techniques.

The parts were then fused together using a patented process and reinforced with carbon fibre elements to form a strong body.

It has plenty of power under the hood as well, with it boasting a 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine mounted in the middle of the chassis.

This allows the 21C to go from 0 to 62mph in just 1.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 268mph.

The Los Angeles-based company claims it can produce a whopping 1,233bhp, redlining at 11,000rpm.

The hypercar features an-line seat arrangement similar to a fighter jet, with a single seat behind the driver.

Surprisingly, the powerful motor is only 1,250kkg, which is similar to a Volkswagen Up city car.

It will be officially revealed on March 3.

Czinger released a similar motor named the Divergent Blade in 2015, claiming it to be the first car of its type to use 3D printing to form body and chassis components.

Last year, a father and his young son built a Lamborghini Aventador using a 3D printer.

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