A new method to paint cars, with a more compact footprint, has emerged from a car paint shop in southern China.

The new method uses paint to hold the shape of a car’s body, while simultaneously providing a low-cost and reliable method of producing the car’s final shape.

The method uses the paint to create the shape that will be applied to the body of the car, while also producing a high-quality, transparent and durable paint.

The process was pioneered by an engineering student at the Chengdu Institute of Science and Technology (CIST), the Chengdong Institute of Technology, and the Chengzhou Institute of Engineering and Technology.

The process is similar to the car paint that’s currently being used in Europe and Japan, but the new method is much simpler and much cheaper.

In the new process, the car body is sprayed with a thin layer of paint, and then a layer of a different, lighter, non-paint, material is placed on top.

The car body’s top layer is then covered with a layer with another layer of the same paint.

After several coats, the second coat of paint is sprayed onto the top of the first coat of vehicle paint, leaving behind the top layer of vehicle coat, and it is now ready to be applied.

It takes around two minutes to apply the first layer of car paint, so the process takes about two to three minutes to complete.

The results are then displayed on the car display.

The Chengdu institute of science and technology, Chengzhou institute of engineering and technology and the local paint shop are all part of the China-based research and development institute T-China University of Technology (CTUT), which is a partner in the project.

The research was published in the journal Nature.

The work has been led by Zhang Huiwei, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at CIST, and Zhang Zhongyuan, a PhD candidate in mechanical engineering and a postdoctoral researcher in T-Chinese University of Science, Technology and Industry (CTIST), who is also a co-author of the study.

The university said it was collaborating with other academic institutions in the region to develop the method.

The study also included Zhang, an undergraduate student at CICT.

Zhang’s group is currently researching the application of a new technique to produce an even more compact, low-friction and high-performance body for vehicles, called a composite body.

The composite body is made of different materials such as polyurethane foam, Kevlar, Kevtoall and other composites.

In a similar manner to the new paint process, Zhang and his colleagues are applying the composite body to a car to produce a low profile, compact shape for a vehicle.

In this process, a layer is sprayed on top of a layer containing a layer from another material, and a second layer is applied from a separate layer.

This method reduces the amount of materials required to produce the final vehicle body.

According to the paper, Zhang’s group’s composite body has a body that is more than ten times thinner than conventional body-to-body composites, which have a mass of around 1,000 grams.