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LSEV: the world’s first production electric car with the “printed” body

LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

After about a year in the second quarter of 2019, there will be organized mass production all-electric car LSEV.

 

LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

It is argued that LSEV will be the world’s first production electric cars, is made using 3D printing technologies. By this method it is planned to produce almost all the visible parts (except for chassis, seats and Windows).

LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

The use of innovative 3D printing technologies will allow to significantly reduce the number of components required to create the machine. It is noted that the key elements will be reduced from approximately 2000 to 57.

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LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

In addition, the use of 3D printing will help reduce weight: the mass of the compact urban electric vehicle will be only 450 pounds.

LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

As reported by network sources, on one charge of the battery pack LSEV will be able to cover a distance of up to 150 kilometers. The maximum speed is stated at 70 km/h. These figures will be enough for a leisurely drive through the busy roads of big cities.

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LSEV: первый в мире серийный электрокар с "напечатанным" кузовом

As for the cost, then the novelty is planned to sell at a price of US $ 7,500. The car has already received about 7 thousand pre-orders.

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