Porsche shows Taycan production process [Video]
The half-hour segment shows everything from initial body welding to paint inspection.
Porsche has posted a video showing most of the production process for the all-electric Taycan.
The lengthy video starts with the complex body welding process and continues to move through painting, component installation and finally the rigorous inspection as the cars roll off the assembly line.
The company added a new wing to its Zuffenhausen, Germany, factory to build the EV, requiring an additional 1,500 workers. A few hundred more employees will be added as output ramps up next year.
More than 30,000 pre-orders have been placed for the brand's first all-electric car, which starts at $150,900 for the Turbo edition and jumps to $185,000 for the Turbo S range-topper.