Video: How the Tesla Model S is Made
Have you ever wondered how a Tesla Model S was made? The folks at Wired have brought us a behind the scenes look at how this electric vehicle is made, and how Tesla Motors just might change how the auto industry puts together vehicles. With a combination of 3,000 workers and 160 robots, the Tesla Model S goes from raw materials to a finished product in a short 3 to 5 days. Thanks to specialized robots and top engineers, efficiency and precision become standard practice in the Tesla factory, with special attention to how the body parts are joined for added safety. Watch this short video to learn what goes into creating this iconic electric vehicle and to hear some inside information from Gilbert Passion, vice president of manufacturing, and Eric Purcell, the body center manager. Source: Wired via YouTube
Charting the Changes for 2014: Nissan Drops Altima Coupe, Infiniti Lineup Undergoes Full "Q" Conversion
Nissan and Infiniti are making big changes to their lineups for the 2014 model year.