While you’ve certainly seen photos of the interior of a modern factory, we’ll never tire of admiring what goes on inside one of the most amazing sports car homes. In the next video, we explain how to make a Porsche 911 GT3 by time interval.
The 911 shown in the video appears to be a GT3 built for driver Leh Keen. The car was ordered in a metallic gold bronze color, and is available as part of Porsche’s Paint to Sample Plus program. This program allows the customer to choose almost any color they want and then undergo months of feasibility tests before it can be applied.
If we talk about the 911 GT3, then it will cost $25,000. In fact, Kane’s car was the first 911 to be painted in this color. To watch the video:
as destinedturned out to be the most It is interesting to see how much is done manually, especially after painting the car. Most of the building process is automated, using those robotic arms you may have seen and As you would expect from a car made in 2022. However, It’s good to see that there is still a human touch involved in the process.
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