Electric vehicles are no longer a thing of the future, and manufacturing processes are catching up to propulsion technology. Composite materials like carbon fiber can be found in many mass-produced cars, but construction is still based on the traditional assembly line. German 3D printing company BigRep has unveiled the Nera, an electric motorcycle that is completely — you guessed it — 3D-printed. Developed by BigRep's internal NOWlab, every part of the Nera, from the frame to the tubeless tires, is printed, minus only the electric drivetrain. Using fused filament fabrication, the Nera is designed to make the best use of the tech instead of relying on traditional motorcycle design. 3D-printed, airless tires, electric powertrain — the Nera is a harbinger of the future of transportation.