An engineer at the Jacobs Engineering Company, a major player in the electric vehicle market, has created a new version of the Tesla’s engine.
The company’s engineers created a version that they call the Jacobs-engine, which they describe as a “Tesla-style, 3-D printer-inspired, 3D printed engine” that’s 3D-printed out of carbon fiber.
The Jacobs engine is designed to be lighter and smaller than the original one.
This version uses the Tesla Motors engine as a starting point and can be made to run a Tesla Model S sedan or a Model X crossover, according to the company’s website.
Jacobs Engineering is also working on other projects that could see it develop other engines for electric vehicles, such as a vehicle that could drive off the top of an airplane.
The engine is part of a larger effort by Jacobs Engineering to develop a carbon fiber engine, or carbon fiber composite, that could be used in some of its products, including the Jacobs Engine.
Jacobs engineering has also developed a new type of carbon-fiber fuel tank that could allow a vehicle to use hydrogen as its primary energy source, rather than gasoline.
The fuel tanks are intended to provide hydrogen in a fuel-cell vehicle that would be much more efficient than conventional vehicles.
Jacobs engineers say the Jacobs engine could provide an advantage in battery technologies, especially when it comes to charging vehicles on the road.
“We’ve been working on the carbon fiber carbon fuel tanks, which are going to be a big breakthrough for us in battery applications,” said Jacobs engineer Matthew Brown.
The new engine uses a design by the University of Maryland’s Institute for Advanced Materials and is made from carbon fiber reinforced nylon, which is more durable than the nylon used in other carbon fiber products.
Jacobs said it is working on a number of other projects, including building carbon fiber and aluminum fuel tanks for vehicles.
“This is really the first carbon fiber-based, high-performance carbon fiber fuel tank, and we’re also working with a company in China to make carbon fiber to use for fuel cells,” said Brown.
Jacobs Engine for the Model S and the Model X will go on sale in 2021.