An automobile manufacturer based in Barcelona, Spain by the name of AD Tramontana is now offering 3D-printed parts for its custom sports cars in partnership with Eceleni.
The Tramontana sports car was first unveiled at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show and on an annual basis, only 12 of the vehicles are made. While some of the first luxury models to be produced by the company were identical, AD Tramontana now focuses on offering as many customization options as possible to consumers.
To take its offerings to the next level, AD Tramontana is now experimenting with the inclusion of 3D-printed car parts. Some of the new bespoke pieces that are available include 3D-printed dashboard components, wiper shafts and even some internal pieces.
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