3D printing allows anyone to create something from scratch for their own project, even if it’s a 3D-printed motorcycle, car, or furniture.
There are hundreds of DIY 3D printers available online, but it’s the technology behind 3D printed cars, motorcycles, and furniture that makes them so appealing.
And now, you can make your own 3D printable motorcycle, the newest Honda Civic Hatchback.
“We built the bike using the latest 3D printer technology,” Honda Civic Chief Design Officer James Dufresne told Business Insider.
“The motorcycle is built with a single part, which is the fork.”
The Honda Civic’s design is a hybrid of Honda’s Civic and Ducati’s MotoGP-inspired Civic Hatch, which also features a single-cylinder engine.
Honda says the Civic’s new design will save you time and money.
The Honda Civic hatchback will be available in the U.S. and Canada in mid-January.
If you want to add it to your collection, you’ll need to preorder it.
It’s currently available on Amazon.
It comes with a 3,000mAh battery, but Honda says you can add more if you want.
The Civic hatch is a good deal, though.
It starts at $21,859, including destination, and comes with an 8-speed manual transmission, front and rear.
It’ll be available for $27,495 with the same gearbox and engine options.
Weighing in at 2,955 pounds, Honda’s Honda Civic is one of the most affordable and stylish cars in the Honda lineup.
Honda’s Hatchback hatchback is powered by a 1.4-liter turbocharged inline-four and is equipped with a 4-wheel disc brakes.
It also has a four-wheel drive system and a six-speed automatic transmission.
The hatchback can be equipped with leather upholstery, heated seats, a power sunroof, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
Honda plans to add a rearview camera to the hatchback to provide a 360-degree view of its surroundings, which can be used for driving directions and traffic signals.
The Honda Hatchback also comes with leather seats, heated interior, and a rear air conditioning unit.
Honda also offers a new range of Civic hatchbacks, including the 2017 Civic Hatch.
It will be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in February.