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9Edag planning this lightweight backlit-fabric sports car for Geneva

At the Geneva Motor Show this year EDAG Engineering showed off its Genesis Cockpit concept. Built with a 3D printing technique called "fused deposition modeling," it was a skeletal passenger cell suspended inside a protective shell. At next year's Geneva show EDAG will present another take on the natural forms combined with 3D printing with its Light Cocoon concept (click the image to enlarge).

6The EDAG Genesis Cockpit Concept highlights the future of auto production [video]

We are used to seeing full vehicles being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, or at least concepts that presage a future model, but the German engineering group EDAG stripped things down even further to imagine a future car cockpit. Really, it's a way for the company to show off its next-generation manufacturing technology that allows it to make parts in a single production process.

8Geneva 2009: Clever EDAG "Light Car Open-Source" is like safety television for tailgaters

Click above for a high-res gallery of the EDAG Light Car - Open Source

11Geneva 2009: Clever EDAG "Light Car Open-Source" is like safety television for tailgaters

Click above for high-res gallery of the EDAG Light Car - Open Source

5Open-Source car set to debut at Geneva Motor Show

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4Geneva Preview: EDAG open-source Light Car

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AddEDAG realizes the uber-rich don't like to crouch

click above for a high-res gallery of the EDAG Rolls-Royce Phantom

2EDAG develops amphibious vehicle for flood rescues

Click the image above to view pictures of EDAG's amphibious creation at work

20EDAG Luv concept revealed!

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8LUV it or hate it: Edag announces LUV concept for Geneva

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25EDAG Sportwagon hardtop for Solstice on sale in January

Many of you remember shots of this hardtop Pontiac Solstice that features a hatchback-type rear end. The hardtop is a product developed by EDAG that's been in development for some time, but word is out that the EDAG Sportwagon hardtop, as it's now officially called, will be available in January of 2007 for $2,499 plus taxes and shipping. Saturn Sky owners (and Opel GT owners, for that matter) will have to wait until Spring if they want to close the lid on their convertibles.

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