It take a few years to
design and engineer a car, from the first sketches
and until it hits the road. But once it is all done, here at Ford’s Cologne
plant, they produce a Fiesta every 86 seconds. And we are going to show
you how this is done — in 86 seconds. This is the point where the Fiesta production
starts, from a body shop point of view. So in this station, the robot will
put the door onto the vehicle. And it is looking with laser lines to get
the best fit of the door to the vehicle. These bodies are cleaned, because
they were in the body washer. And here you see the first
paint colour on the body. The bodies come out of the wax oven and they
are now ready to go to the assembly plant. Bye bye! Here we are at the marriage, the very
important point of automobile production. We put the heart, or the engine,
together with the body. The car is now completed.
And now, it’s the end.