X Electrical Vehicle, a Turin, Italy-based electric car startup, has plans to manufacture a 3D printed car and introduce it to the Chinese market by early 2019.

The two-seater, called LSEV, has a 93-mile range (150 kilometers) with a top speed of 42 miles (70 kilometers) per hour. According to the company, all of its exterior components are 3D-printed except for its chassis, window, and tires, a manufacturing process that XEV claims reduces the number of plastic parts in a vehicle from the thousands to less than 100.

In collaboration with 3D-printing partner Polymaker, the vehicle is constructed using nylon, with plans in the works to make it more flexible.

Its manufacturing process comprises of a single production line that will build up to 500 cars a year, with a claimed three-day turnaround on manufacturing time for each vehicle. Now, X Electrical Vehicle is in talks with industrial facilities in China to house production.

“XEV is the first real mass production project using 3D printing,” said Dr. Luo Xiaofan, co-founder, and CEO of Polymaker, in a statement. “By saying real, I mean there are lots of companies using 3D printing for production, but nothing can really compare with XEV in terms of the size, the scale, and the intensity.”

According to X Electrical Vehicle, 7000 reservations have already been made. Pre-orderers include Italian postal provider Poste Italiane, with 5,000 vehicles, and ARVAN, a car-sharing company, chipping in 2000 vehicles. Its retail price will be in the $10,000-range, with reduced pricing expected over time.

Look for the LSEV to go on display at the China 3D-printing Culture Museum in Shanghai, China, this month before it makes its tradeshow debut at the Auto China 2018 in Beijing next month.