Honda created a single-seater electric car with a body that is almost entirely made up of 3D-printed panels.
The automaker revealed the tiny car on Tuesday at CEATEC 2016, a Japanese consumer electronics show.
While the tiny car is just a prototype, the Japanese automaker told AutoCar that it is ideal for mass production.
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Honda worked with the Japanese tech and design company Kabuku to make the vehicle's customized body.
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