The Cardboard Car

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1 The U.K.-based Lasercut Works and Scales & Models spent three months constructing the one-of-a-kind Lexus, nicknamed the Origami Car.

2 They used 1,700 sheets of laser-cut cardboard, which were glued to form doors that open and wheels that turn. An electric engine makes the car go (slowly).

3 The car, which is not for sale, was commissioned as a tribute to Lexus’ master craftsmen, who do extensive detailing for its commercial vehicles.

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