At this years New York International Auto Show, the 3D-printed Gran Torino made an appearance. It looks like it could have been molded together in outer space. The 3D-printed Gran Torino was created by Ioan Florea. The liquid metal look is reminiscent of the 1971 version of the Ford Gran Torino.
Florea recently gave an interview and said that "The actual 3D printing is basic. Design the shapes, slice them, generate the G-code and print them." The scary looking muscle car is his vision of the old-school Ford muscle car. The lines of this vehicle aren't exactly as smooth as the car in real life, but it definitely looks like something from a scary movie. Who knows, this could be the car of the future.