It's like an art car only not useless.
With the rise of 3D printers, it seems as if nothing can escape the print head, not even cars. However, Lexus wanted to take it a step further and create an arts and crafts car. To do this, Lexus turned to London-based design firm, LaserCut Works, Scales, and Models to complete the project. After using 1,700 sheets of 10-millimeter thick cardboard, a laser cutter, water-based wood glue, and a few weeks of hard labor, the result was a drivable one-to-one cardboard scale model of a 2015 Lexus IS.
Unfortunately for cool relatives, it isn’t possible to buy the car as a Christmas gift for gearhead children.