After tests, it proved to be even stronger than current technology. It can be put together in no more than half an hour. This vehicle is fully functioning and it is only the chassis of this 1,388 pound 2 seater sports car which is built from metal alloys instead of being cast. It needs less fuel and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in about two seconds using a 700-horsepower engine with compressed natural gas or gasoline. Divergent Microfactories’s goals are “to radically reduce the materials, energy use, pollution and cost of car manufacturing, and to put new tools of production and innovation into the hands of small teams around the world.” However Divergent Microfactories has no plans to get into the car manufacturing business. It plans instead to license its system around the world. CEO Kevin Czinger will present the report “Dematerializing Auto Manufacturing” at the O’Reilly Solid Conference being held in San Francisco, June 23-25, 2015.