A fully functional, 3D-printed electric motorbike has been unveiled by large-scale 3D industrial printer manufacturer BigRep.
Billed as a world first by the company, the bike, called Nera, took three days to print and cost about £2,000 ($2,600) to make.
With the exception of the electrical components, the bike is made from 3D-printed parts, including the tyres and the frame.
It is not currently available on the market.
BBC Click finds out more.
The bike, made by BigRep, took three days to print and cost about £2,000 ($2,600) to produce.