Throughout the summer, the container will offer workshops and access to the 3D printer. There will also be monthly slalom races and drift trike tours.
“It’s an ambassador for manufacturing,” said Local Motors CEO and cofounder Jay Rogers. “We can use it pretty nimbly to show people where we’re going.”
Crystal City is the Mobifactory’s first destination. In the fall, Local Motors plans to open a 23,000-square-foot sales and demonstration facility at National Harbor.-30-
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