Continuing just-auto/QUBE's series of interviews with automotive suppliers exhibiting at CES, we caught up with Techniplas' CEO, Avi Reichental. The company is using CES this week to showcase a Mini-Cooper that has been gutted and replaced with 3D printed parts, including smart connected products, such as cognitive LED lights that are embedded into the car's exterior. The car also features high-gloss and scratch resistant surfaces, and an air-water filter system that gives drivers cleaner air to breathe. Techniplas' technology is also featured in the latest Rinspeed concept car.