The Spaniards launched the Liux Animal electric car made of vegetable materials. Furthermore, 3D printing technology is used to manufacture many components. Remember that the Spanish company, which concentrates on electric vehicle manufacture, was registered last spring? Its first car will be an electric crossover nicknamed "Animal." Concurrent with the release of official pictures, the business began taking pre-orders for the electric crossover.
The Liux Animal Habitat Edition electric crossover is anticipated to cost 39,000 euros. Because of the simplicity of the design and the usage of 3D printing technologies, such an automobile has a very low price tag. Delivery is scheduled to commence in spring 2024. At this point, little is known about this incredible new product. Essentially, it refers to the principle of sustainability. A biopolymer is used in producing elements such as the interior, bodywork, and, to a lesser extent, the chassis. This signifies that organic resins and flax fibers are contained in this substance's composition, which reduces the car's weight by 200 kg.
The design's simplicity is owed to using a much smaller number of parts—by 25%. The Liux Animal electric car appears futuristic and attractive from the outside. The radiator grill's closed construction provides the shape of a huge mouth. Separate headlights accentuate aggression, and there is a splitter in the lower half of the body. The automobile has clean lines in the profile. Meanwhile, the overall composition consists of taillights, stamping lines on the side skirts, and smooth stern outlines with a large spoiler.
Blue brake calipers suggest performance behind the shiny black discs. The salon is intended for four people. The system advertised a full-featured LCD instrument panel and a huge central control screen. A 190-hp electric motor mounted on the back axle powers the vehicle. (@via: Liux).