From there, they toss on a carbon fiber body — the trick that sets this car apart. They realized early on that the Atom's main drawback was poor aerodynamics at high speed. You can see the gorgeous lines they've got planned; amazingly, their biggest challenge was determining where it attaches to the Atom's chassis. They're currently using a CNC machine to make a 3D version of the car, which they'll use to make a mold for all the carbon fiber panels. Then they'll 3D print smaller pieces like lights, mirrors, and the front diffuser.