Ever wonder what kind of painstaking labor goes with the production of a competition-ready World Touring Car Championship racer?

At the very least, preparations take about a few weeks to turn something like a Chevrolet Cruze into a high-powered, sticker-obsessed production car. The crew at Ray Mallock Ltd., however, can do it in just under two minutes.

Ok, that’s an exaggerated exaggeration, but this time-lapse video of the Mallock crew working on the Cruze illustrates the whole process of building a touring car in under two minutes. If you’re going to watch it, we advise you not to blink because there’s a pretty good chance that you might miss out on something pretty important.


Source: Chevy WTCC

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  (473) posted on 02.16.2011

Great exposure for what GM hopes will be its next world car.

  (541) posted on 02.16.2011

Chevy already has begun testing the WTCC Cruze and plans to enter the opening round of the 2009 season in Curitiba, Brazil. The series will tour a dozen tracks in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

  (780) posted on 04.18.2010

Good job! That was really a cool building car within a few weeks and turning for something like a Chevrolet Cruze, that’s really impressive.

  (392) posted on 04.18.2010

That grueling eh? I thought that it would be machine or electric (robots or something) that creates cars like that nowadays? Well, to work as hard as that, it is still a very honorable job as you get to see in the street and say, that one good car, I was a part of creating that machine.

  (504) posted on 04.6.2010

Well that was quite impressive movie in creating a touring car like the cruze.

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