We’ve seen a lot of behind-the-scenes videos over the years, a lot of which chronicle the build process of a car that we normally wouldn’t be privy too.

Thanks to the New York Times, we now have a chance to see how one of today’s most scintillating American sports cars, the SRT Viper, is built. The build takes place at SRT’s Conner Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit, and for the next three-and-something minutes, we find out exactly how detailed and painstaking the work really is when it comes to putting together the car with the stature and technical intricacies of the SRT Viper.

In the end, the sparkling sports cars look downright amazing, all thanks to the men and women who work tirelessly to ensure that every nook and cranny of the SRT Viper is built and tested the right way.

Feels like we owe these fine folks some gratitude for the work they do.

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Source: YouTube - The New York Times

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8 comments:

  (341) posted on 01.27.2013

I always love "behind the scenes". They make me feel the entire actionsmiley

  (346) posted on 01.27.2013

When I see people working with their bare hands I have the feeling the car isn’t safe anymore.

  (377) posted on 01.27.2013

dear marry_m, no, it’s just that I always expect that some robots to do all the jobsmiley

  (346) posted on 01.27.2013

to jenny: don’t you feel unsafe after watching a movie like this? cause this is the way I feelsmiley

  (397) posted on 01.27.2013

Beautiful cars, Vipers. I am grateful to NYT for this opportunity and topspeed, of course

  (349) posted on 01.27.2013

I enjoy a lot this kind of movies. Makes me feel more closer to the car.

  (377) posted on 01.27.2013

I have such a strange feeling seeing people working with their hands on cars...

  (341) posted on 01.27.2013

yes, of course! we definitely do owe them our gratitude.

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