What Does The Dodge Production Line Look Like? Dodge Charger, Challenger and Chrysler 300 Production
When it comes to the cars that you see on dealership lots today, you’ll notice that they really have a consistent fit and finish that makes each one like the last with the quality of cars raising almost every year they come out. This isn’t only because manufacturers use better techniques and better materials but instead, they get their production process down even better, allowing them to come up with not only better products but the same thing every last time. It’s definitely not something that happened overnight as we saw the production line as we know it today come together over many years.
In this one, we take a look at Dodge’s production line and what exactly it’s like behind the scenes as different vehicles from the factory, ranging in scope from the Dodge Charger and Challenger all the way the something like a Chrysler 300 are pumped out. With each step in the process, a different facet of one of these cars is molded into the final product that eventually gives rise to what the vision was all along and we have to say that there are so many different factors in this process that make it entertaining to watch.
If you follow along with the video down below, you get the opportunity to take a unique behind-the-scenes look to see exactly what the process looks like as these machines go from raw materials and are formed into the cars that you know and love. With every step, they come together just right and without all of them, the cars may not have as amazing of a finished product as you see today. This is the part where all of the hard work and magic really happens to bring together machines that you can be proud to be behind the wheel of.