Project Arrow, 3D printed electric car, the future of factories

3D printed electric SUV, the car of the future is called Project Arrow


We are talking about the Project Arrow, an elegant SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) electric, but endowed with a very particular functionality, it was printed in 3D. The Innovative model unveiled at CES 2023 in Las Vegas (Consumer Electronic Show) earlier this year.

The SUV, a zero-emission electric car concept of the future, was presented by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA), the Canadian National Service Association for the Automotive Industry worldwide.

Among the novelties of the electric SUV is the 3D printed chassis with Breton Genesi technology, a solution developed by the Italian company Breton.

To create the concept car, APMA selected companies capable of contributing, each one in its field, the most advanced technologies to contribute to the Ecological transition in the mobility sector. The chassis of the car was designed by APMA in collaboration with Xaba, a Canadian company dedicated to innovative technologies, and was printed and milled in a machining Breton Genesi.

Project Arrow is a zero-emission car with a range of around of 500 km, also thanks to the photovoltaic panels on the roof, which They express sustainability from the production stage. It was a challenge that It involved more than 50 companies (97% Canadian), three governments and hundreds of engineers. Project Arrow will tour car events and exhibitions at everyone for the next two years, this year visiting Toronto, Montreal, Detroit, Palo Alto, Las Vegas and San Antonio.

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