How are cars made?
Each year new vehicles are revealed and released to the public. This means that each year car shoppers have more options to choose from from, but where are all these new ideas coming from? How do designers come up with fresh ideas for vehicles? Today we’re going to take a closer look at answering the question, How are cars made?”.
How are Toyota vehicles created?
The first step the in car creating process is the design process. They use small clay models and advanced scientific test methods, aerodynamic properties are also determined early in the development process. This helps to achieving superior performance, efficient fuel consumption and precise handling control. The structural framework also takes form through Computer-Aided-Design. Engineers work specifically on various parts so they can see how everything will work and fit together.
After the design process, comes the fit and finish. Each piece of sheet steel is carefully checked for imperfections. Then a large sub-assemblies come together on an automated framing line and what results is a rigid structure. Next the vehicle goes through an intense process to provide a safeguard to areas susceptible to corrosion. The final step is a quality check. All the previous processes are checked and double checked to make sure everything is up to standards.
Now that you know a few of the steps that Toyota vehicles go through before becoming the vehicles we all know are love, it makes them that much more exciting to drive. If you want to see these vehicles in person, schedule a test drive at Wheaton Toyota Scion on the Trail in Edmonton AB. We will be able to give you a first hand look at what Toyota accomplishes each year with new models and features.