Porsche love. As one of the more popular brands in the production of supercars, they have a special take on assembling their incredible engines. They have the “one technician, one engine” approach. By creating a “baby” for the specialist to assemble and take care of, they ensure the best possible quality of work.
This stage is crucial for any high-performance company. As well as ensuring consistent torque with each safety sensitive screw, they are creating an engaging experience for employees who put their heart and soul into the work. These are just a few of the many ways that they have created such a game changing line of vehicles, Porsche love what they do.
The latest supercar model to hit the Zuffenhausen assembly line is the Porsche 918 Spyder. What makes this super car stand out, is that it was designed to be a high-performance hybrid from the beginning. The 918 Spyder offers a stunning combination of performance with the near-silent efficiency of an electrical engine. This engine is able to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 2.8 seconds and has an average fuel consumption of 3.0 to 3.3 liters of fuel per 100km. These stats alone make this supercar one of the finest to have ever been inspired by Porsches’ parent-like mentality when it comes to putting 100% into what you do.
The specialists and technicians involved obviously care about their work, taking the time to make sure each movement or stitch is perfect. They enjoy the art of taking basic materials and creating something beautiful, something that is meaningful to them and that will also be meaningful to someone else.
Unfortunately, not everyone can work on the Porsche assembly line. However; working hard, building a project from the ground up, and being intimately involved in every little detail are some of the little things that help you be proud of your work at the end of the day.
Welders have many of these traits and produce high-quality, super car material work every day. While most of the welding involved with producing a car body or creating the components for the engine is automated, there are usually specialists who walk each piece through the automated process to ensure the machine weld quality.