DETROIT (AP) – A 3-D printed car could be in your driveway sooner than you think.

Phoenix-based Local Motors plans to sell a 3-D printed car called the Strati later this year. It’s a two-seat neighborhood car that can go up to 25 miles per hour.

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Local Motors prints the car’s frame and panels out of carbon fiber-infused plastic on a machine that could fit in a single-car garage. It takes about 44 hours to print one Strati. Then it’s outfitted with an electric car battery, motor and suspension from French automaker Renault.

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Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers says the Strati is the first of three vehicles Local Motors is planning to sell. He eventually hopes to make highway-legal cars.

Rogers says the Strati will sell for $18,000 to $30,000.

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