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For well over a century, cars, trucks, and SUV’s have been manufactured and built in the same fashion. Today, though, there’s a company that’s doing things a bit different. The Czinger 21C is one of the most impressive vehicles ever built. Even more impressive than the car, though, is how the car gets designed and made. We’re going to take a look at how artificial intelligence, with the help of 3D printing, may change the entire automotive industry, and how a small team in California could make it happen sooner than you think.

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Christian Anggoro says:

Michael Shannon?

MegaCasualty says:

buy more zingers lol

thepetyo says:

So the car must be cheap like dirt right?

not davids phone says:

is not smarter iis simply more analitical

tHaH4x0r says:

13:00 Wrong analogy. Because the plane might go fast, but that doesn't mean the same design would mean it goes fast as a car. Aerodynamic forces and design are totally different between sub- and supersonic speeds.

John Mason says:

Dayum, it’s like so fucking damn cool.

Aaron Self says:

Sure, but how funny would it have been if it just designed a larger beetle with a better engine and transmission.

Sgt. Kong says:

Thanks for bringing this to us. It makes me look forward to the change the future may have in store

evilfrog says:

i don't think it humanly impossible for humans to make that design just taking a bit longer and also if the car design is so complex that's mean it cant be repaired by humans also ?

Christopher Ramirez says:

There’s going to be a point we’re we all won’t have to do anything It’ll be all machines.

Mark Wiedeman says:

So youre telling me, if im rich i can privately print my own classic jdm cars when they get too expensive

Jovanie Ramos says:

Its literally the beginning of super machines the car is almost alive

Никита Смольянинов says:

Object-oriented engineering lol

The Podfather Show says:

You're here for this —> 4:30

Wiley Pittman says:

But will this savings be passed on to the consumer….🤫🤑

Stoic Park says:


Alex D says:

man, you just said 1.9 sec ? :O

Manuel says:

VW does not need all the space to build a car. They need so much space because they build thousands of cars every day. And if you want to ship 20k cars a week you need a parking lot for those 20k during production. No way VW want to put at least 25k car size printers in the fab.

Bug Man says:

This is awesome! With all the money saved in manufacturing cost you mentioned, wages/health insurance paid to employees (designers/line workers,etc), minimal real estate needed for factory, etc these should be extremely affordable… NOT!

jazza the berry says:

Skynet has begun

Davie Jay says:

AI better design mechanics that can access the componentry
We think current vehicles are rediculously compact, just wait til it's an AI arranging engine bays to have every last millimeter used

Dan Perry says:

Good luck getting it serviced or sourcing parts.

Isaac Perez says:

would be interesting to see what this A.I. can do for off-road vehicles

Chris Muir says:

So they go to great lengths to use the latest design and manufacturing techniques to build the car, then throw in an old fashioned totally obsolete engine. Can't wait to see this absurdity totally humiliated on the track by a Tesla – that cost half as much.

Karim Haroun says:

Looks like marketing gimmick.

Simon says:

So- it would be impossible to fix this car.

TheMatbrown says:

People are always worried about someone taking their jobs ? A.I. and automation is gonna take your job, white-collar and blue-collar alike. When McDonald's came out with a fully automated store the writing was on the wall

rudy berkvens says:

We haven't had a good view upon designed components and how they are manufactured though. So I still think: Yes, good hype marketing.

Joël says:

aa the glorious age of A.I. inventions no one knows how to make. soon to become the age of inventions no one knows why it works

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