If you love cars, you will love the following 10 videos that show the precise construction process of some of the world’s most interesting and flashy vehicles. Although some of the construction processes are the same, each vehicle has its own unique system that separates it from the rest of the cars on the road.

1 Rolls Royce Phantom

Ever wonder how the world’s most specialized luxury vehicles are made? Check out this video by How It’s Made featuring the construction of the exclusive Rolls Royce Phantom from frame to interior. What makes this construction different from everyday car manufacturing is the amount of hand detailing and customized parts that make each Phantom unique.

2 Nissan Leaf Electric Car

Interested in electric cars? This video documenting the production of the Nisan Leaf truly showcases the future of car manufacturing and how streamline car production can be. As the world’s first mass-produced electric car, the Nissan Leaf is a trendsetter in many areas- from production techniques to the end styling of the vehicle. Watch the video that shows the exact formulation of the vehicle, from the interior battery to upholstery and paint.

3 Ferrari California

Luxury vehicles are way beyond the budget of most people, but that does not mean you cannot enjoy the experience of the production of these vehicles. This video from How It’s Made showcases the precise detailing and manufacturing techniques that go into the process of creating one of the world’s most coveted cars- the Ferrari.

4 2012 Lamborghini Aventador

The 2012 Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most flashy and fast vehicles available today. This official video from Lamborghini shows how the vehicle is made from paper concept to final production.

5 Ford Focus Electric

If you ever wondered how other companies manufacture electric cars, then you will not want to miss this video produced by Ford showcasing the production of their newest electric model- the Ford Focus Electric. Construction starts with the battery and continues with the vehicle frame, body, engine, and interior all in the same factory. The precision and flawless execution of the process means that a car is built in just a few hours.

6 Armored cars

Armored vehicles are different from regular vehicles in that they are stronger and durable enough to withstand gunshots and explosions. This makes the production of the vehicles a little more complicated than that of regular cars. Watch this short video by British Armour to see how it’s done.

7 Firetruck

Nothing brings out the kid in adults like a fire truck. Many adults never lose their fascination with the vehicles. This Marvelous Media video shows how fire trucks are manufactured from the interior frame to the exact shade of red used to paint the exterior.

8 Amphibious vehicle

The only thing cooler than a regular car is a car that can travel both by land and water. This How It’s Made segment focuses on the production and manufacturing of amphibious vehicles used for recreation and emergencies. Unlike traditional car manufacturing, the company has the added difficulty of ensuring the vehicle is completely watertight.

9 Mini Cooper

The Mini Cooper is one of the smallest vehicles on the road, but this does nothing to shorten the manufacturing process. Watch this informative video by AutoMoto TV and see exactly how this popular vehicle is created.

10 2011 Grand Cherokee

If you think the production of armored cars, luxury vehicles, and electric cars is interesting, you will also appreciate the time and energy that goes into the production of normal stock vehicles. The 2011 Grand Cherokee takes less than 4 hours to manufacture from start to finish.

All of these videos showcase the fascinating world of vehicle manufacturing. In just a few steps, a few pieces of metal and engine parts are completely transformed into a variety of vehicle types. The world of modern manufacturing is an impressive display of the capabilities of the modern world.

Guest post by contributing author, Richard O., representing Direct Fit Auto Parts.
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