DailyMail provides us with a rare look inside Ferrari’s Maranello factory, “a medium-sized manufacturing concern with around 3,000 workers; its inputs are the same as countless other factories: steel, aluminium, rubber, glass and plastic.” Videos after the break. Click here for more pictures.
The bodies are made in Ferrari’s Scaglietti coach-building plant in nearby Modena and then trucked to Maranello. Ferraris are still handbuilt. There are plenty of robots in the Nuova Meccanica to mill and drill the solid aluminium, but there’s only one robot used on the assembly line; it fits the windscreen.