Detroit Auto Show 2015: Printed cars and Cadillacs

Jan 23, 2015

The Local Motors printed car at the Detroit Auto Show.
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All this week, we’ve been taking you to the Detroit Auto Show to see what’s new, what’s groundbreaking, and what’s just plain fun. On the main floor of the auto show, you can see a massive 3D printer, and it’s printing a car. And if you venture to Hall E in the Cobo Center, you can see the finished product.

Current State's Scott Pohl talks with Lee Herge, Chief Operating Officer of the Chandler, Arizona based Local Motors.

You can see the Cadillac ATS-V at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Credit Scott Pohl/WKAR

Cadillac is showing off some new cars at the auto show, including cars that will roll off Lansing assembly lines this year. Cadillac’s Executive Chief Engineer, David Leone, is excited about their new high-performance offerings.