Robots Making Your Subaru BRZ & Scion FR-S

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In this day in age it is harder and harder to find things that are actually made by human hands entirely. Some of the guys here at work joke around at the notion that one day we will all be using some of those lazyboys used in the movie “Wall-E”. Until then however we have robots put together the hardest parts. Case in point this newly released video of how the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ are made. 

In a video most likely not suitable for people who suffer from epilepsy, robot hands swerve and rotate pieces of metal in order to create the ubber popular ZN6 vehicle. Make sure to check out the video below for some funky tunes and to see the beginning workings of how a BRZ and FR-S are made. 

(source: Toyota Global)

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