If you’ve ever wondered how a car engine is assembled, which and how many pieces are, with this great video you can get an idea. No voiceovers, no annoying music. Only the background noise and bustle of the assembly plant in Zuffenhausen.
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In the factory in Zuffenhausen, Germany, company Porsche builds the engines of 911 and this video shows how. People and machines work together without any interruptions, creating the boxer engines, the most typical model of Porsche cars.
While the components are constantly coming down the line, there doesn’t appear to be much of a rush. It’s just a slow, steady movement that gives workers time to complete their appointed tasks.
At least in this video, the employees don’t even seem to talk to each other; the only sound is the hum of the plant or whir of tools. It’s transfixing to watch these famous engine slowly come together largely from human hands.