1016 Industries Unveils First-Ever 3D Printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Tuning specialist 1016 Industries is famous for seamlessly integrating 3D printed technologies into scaled manufacturing processes and is known for its incredible forged carbon fiber works of automotive art. The company’s 3D-printed parts and sophisticated carbon fiber processes are showcased in custom high-performance cars such as the Lamborghini Huracan, McLaren 720S, and Ferrari F8 to name a few. Now new for 2022, 1016 Industries introduces the first-ever custom 3D printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

1016 Industries Unveils First-Ever 3D Printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan
1016 Industries Unveils First-Ever 3D Printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan
1016 Industries Unveils First-Ever 3D Printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan

1016 Industries engineers vehicles with an OEM-plus attitude, which means every piece of forged carbon in our new Cullinan seamlessly integrates into the existing bodywork. Our company is dedicated to resetting the boundaries of auto engineering and our carbon fiber work highlights the latest innovations in 3D printing processes. We’re incredibly pleased with the new Cullinan, which utilizes advanced manufacturing techniques that have never been successfully adopted in the industry before on this scale. – Peter Northrop, 1016 Industries CEO

1016 Industries’ Rolls-Royce Cullinan features an intricate array of expertly conceived carbon fiber throughout. The custom design keeps Rolls-Royce’s signature front bumper while incorporating new running lights and sweeping fender flares. Overall, the custom forged carbon fiber by 1016 Industries reduces the vehicle’s total weight, making the Cullinan lighter and stronger.

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Starting price for 1016 Industries 3D printed Rolls-Royce Cullinan is $500,000. Customers can choose between non-exposed carbon materials, partially exposed carbon fiber, or ultra-rare partially forged carbon fiber when designing their dream car.

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