First it was guns, then it was ethanol-powered Canadian blobs, now it's this - whole concept cars, 3D-printable for free.
Matthew Jones31 January 2014
Free Honda concept cars for everyone
All you need is a 3D printer and low expectations (they’re only models)
And by whole concept car we of course mean very small models of them. You'll need a 3D printer and the link to Honda's 3D design archive, which is hiding behind these blue words. Hit the jump and you'll be able to download five models based on the Fuya-Jo, FSR, Kiwami, Puyo, and NSX concepts, which you can export to your printer and voila - a wonderful paperweight.
Each file carries the Creative Commons 4.0 license too, so you can share them freely without the rozzers getting all Kim Dotcom on you. And if you don't like the five cars on offer, Honda promises that more concepts will be added to the archive soon, so keep checking back.
Now watch a time-lapse of a Honda printing off the Puyo concept.
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