Local Motors will 3D print an entire car this September after they held the world's first 3D Printed Car Design Challenge. Over 200 groups entered but two designs stood out.

The judge-awarded top prize went to a two-seater buggy called Strati by Michele Anoé. Strati's main body can be printed as a single piece, and its removable 3D-printed seats allows you to customize the color of your interior and the car's dune buggy design is reinforced with an aluminum roll bar and carbon fiber support panels.

The other winner is called the ISF - Internal Strut Frame. It has an open body shape and is inspired by structures found within the bones of a bird's wing.

[Local Motors]