3D printing debuts

on new Peugeot

Peugeot 308, 2022, 3D printed holder

A WAY of making car accessories using 3D printing has been developed by Peugeot and will be used on its new 308 range of vehicles.

It is the first time such a technique has been used for car accessories and is the result of a collaboration between the French car maker, HP, Mader and ERPRO.

The accessories include holders for cans, sunglasses and cards which will be available via the Peugeot Lifestyle shop.

Peugeot says the designers' objective was to create accessories that were visual, innovative, and crafted from modern materials.

The range of accessories was drawn up after analysis of how customers use storage in their car.

The products are available in two colours, black and mint green.

3D printing is still in its infancy in the automotive industry, but this technology is intended to be used not only on the range of accessories, but also on more technical parts of the next Peugeot models.


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