Witness the Making of a Ford Fiesta in 86 Seconds...Kinda

Witness the Making of a Ford Fiesta in 86 Seconds...KindaImage via YouTube

The automaking facility in Cologne, Germany that produces the Ford Fiesta is huge and they pride themselves on pushing one car out every 86 seconds. They made this video to "prove" their claim, but it doesn't really. While it is a cool look at the entire process, the video doesn't actually follow the build of one car from start to finish in 86 seconds (because that would be impossible), and it doesn't show the end of the line in real time so that you can see a car go by. What the video does show is how they are able to complete a car every 86 seconds through automation and several designated stations, and it explains the process in 86 seconds? Got it? It can be a bit confusing...watch and you'll understand:

 

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