It can't be easy to build a car, but the factory where Teslas are born makes it looks like a piece of cake. The folks over at Wired took a look behind the scenes to watch rolls of aluminum transform into fully functional electric cars, and it's a sight to behold.
Even though the process starts with the most basic materials, Tesla's outfit can churn out vehicles like nobody's business. We're talking aluminum sheet to a drivable ride in as little as three days, so it shouldn't be a surprise that the robots that do the majority of the (literal) heavy lifting are impressive as all hell. It's like the Dyson factory, except ten times as big.