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Watch giant robots build a Tesla

Giant robots perform automotive ballet on one of world's most advanced production lines

Published July 18, 2013
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An amazing video shot inside Tesla’s production factory shows the Model S is futuristic even before it’s born.

Wired got a behind-the-scenes tour of the 5 million-square-foot factory in Fremont, Calif., and witnessed how founder Elon Musk is rethinking how cars are built.

In this video posted to YouTube (below), giant red robots work alongside their human counterparts to assemble 400 of the gorgeous Model S’s a day.

The automaker brings in raw materials by the truckload, including massive rolls of aluminum that are pressed and formed to create the car.

“Those lightweight components are assembled by swarm of red robots in an intricate ballet that is mesmerizing to behold,” Wired reports.

Have a look and watch what unfolds at one of the most advanced production lines in the world.

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