Wonderful Engineering

Watch How The New Porsche Taycan Is Made In This Video

Are you ready for a behind the scenes footage from a Porsche factory? Because that is exactly what we have for you over here. If you ever wanted to find out how an all-electric sports car is made, this is your chance!

This particular video will take you behind the stage in a Porsche factory where you will learn how the Taycan is being manufactured. It will show you how the mere skeleton of a car can be crafted into something that can claim to be a powerful sportscar. Porsche demonstrates how the latest and all-electric Taycan is built – from the very basic frame to a shiny new sportscar – in this video that we have featured for you today.

The video is mesmerizingly captivating – you will see yellow-tinted moving machines busy assembling sections of Porsche’s latest sportscar. The Taycan’s structure is moved seamlessly and in a smooth manner between various stations in the main plant of Porsche. The plant is located in Zuffenhausen, Germany.

The next phase involves the handy work that is carried out by a group of red-shirted engineers who are busy making sure that all of the doors open properly and that the surfaces are sufficiently smooth before the shell of the car is taken to the next section. This section involves dipping the shell – we loved how the soon to be Taycan was smoothly and carefully submerged into the liquid.

Speaking of satisfying moments from the video, the part where the robotic red machines are busy spray painting the car jet-black will have you transfixed. In fact, you will be tempted to watch it again and again. Once the spray painting is over, humans enter again. They will double-check that everything is prim and proper and that nothing has been overlooked. This stage is the modeling process, and then comes the phase of adding machinery to the car along with the interior.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think of it!