Man and machine work together in building Nissan’s biggest truck

The assembly process for mass-production vehicles is immensely entertaining to watch. The swinging robot arms, the army of workers pieces parts together, the finished products rolling off the line under power – its all quite magical to see happen. Well, the guys at partnered with Nissan to produce this short video showing how the Titan XD goes from rolls of steel to a freshly polished truck.

The process takes place at Nissan’s Vehicle Assembly Plant in Canton, Mississippi. The plant employs nearly 6,400 people and covers 4.7 million square feet. In addition to the Titan XD, the plant also produces the half-ton Titan, the Murano SUV, the Frontier pickup, and the NV cargo and passenger vans.

For more on the Titan XD, be sure to check out our full review, as well as our first-drive impression review.

Nissan Titan XD

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Read our full review on the Nissan Titan XD here.


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