A ground-up developed monocoque and components that took extensive advantage of 3D printing technology are presented in the open-top AMR One. A small, agile, and very advanced design team has engineered every part of the car to take advantage of the FIA’s energy efficiency-focused regulations. The car employs an in-line, 2-liter, 6-cylinder turbo engine that produces upwards of 540 horsepower. It achieved a top speed of 187 mph at Le Mans in testing. Presumably, it is capable of even higher speeds. The AMR-One has front and rear triple-damper suspension and carbon-fiber brakes to control that power. As an experiment the car went where no others have gone before.