FACILITY

High Tech. Picturesque. 



A remote 550-hectare property in the shadow of a jagged mountain range on New Zealand’s South Island is, at first glance, perhaps an unlikely location for Rodin Cars’ high-tech engineering and manufacturing center. 

 

However, featuring three custom-built test tracks matched by high-performance engineering and production facilities, the setup has been methodically carved into the valley, to the exacting specifications of a single-minded Australian tech entrepreneur.

 

And grown. 

 

Since it's commencment in 2016, the facility has grown astronomically from a single shed to the current completion of a 50m x 50m purpose-built, state-of-the-art engine building facility; heated floors included! 

 

With one of the largest collection of 3D printers, and now with the imminent arrival of the largest 3D titanium printer in the world - the Rodin facilities are capturing the attention of many.

FACILITY

High Tech. Picturesque. 

A remote 550-hectare property in the shadow of a jagged mountain range on New Zealand’s South Island is, at first glance, perhaps an unlikely location for Rodin Cars’ high-tech engineering and manufacturing center. 

 

However, featuring three custom-built test tracks matched by high-performance engineering and production facilities, the setup has been methodically carved into the valley, to the exacting specifications of a single-minded Australian tech entrepreneur.

 

And grown. 

 

Since it's commencment in 2016, the facility has grown astronomically from a single shed to the current completion of a 50m x 50m purpose-built, state-of-the-art engine building facility; heated floors included! 

 

With one of the largest collection of 3D printers, and now with the imminent arrival of the largest 3D titanium printer in the world - the Rodin facilities are capturing the attention of many.

A remote 550-hectare property in the shadow of a jagged mountain range on New Zealand’s South Island is, at first glance, perhaps an unlikely location for Rodin Cars’ high-tech engineering and manufacturing center. 

 

However, featuring three custom-built test tracks matched by high-performance engineering and production facilities, the setup has been methodically carved into the valley, to the exacting specifications of a single-minded Australian tech entrepreneur.

 

And grown. 

 

Since it's commencment in 2016, the facility has grown astronomically from a single shed to the current completion of a 50m x 50m purpose-built, state-of-the-art engine building facility; heated floors included! 

 

With one of the largest collection of 3D printers, and now with the imminent arrival of the largest 3D titanium printer in the world - the Rodin facilities are capturing the attention of many.

NOTHING LIKE IT.