Designed and developed for the Akkuschrauberrennen drill race in Germany, the 'TOXIC' racer vehicle highlights a stylish aesthetic that is exceptionally created with functionality in mind. Powered only by a cordless electric drill, the 'TOXIC' vehicle features a triangular design that has been 3D-printed and offers a distinct level of style that is overtly modern and inherently efficient.
The 'TOXIC' racer vehicle is durably designed and powerful enough to reach speeds of up to 12mph, which makes the unit an impressive example of what can be done with just a bit of ingenuity and a whole lot of intensive work.
The 'TOXIC' vehicle is the design work of five students who consist of Achim Staude, Bastian Reichhardt, Christian Kornfeld and Christoph Uebel.
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The 'TOXIC' Racer Vehicle is 3D-Printed and Powered by a Drill
- By: Michael HemsworthMar 21, 2017