Too bad this doesn't tell us much. What they should do instead is explain some of the nuances of the process. There's always something interesting with every special car like this. Surely, little details like that will be appreciate here. After all we buy AR because we want more.
Some sort of voice over that explains even briefly what the specific machines are for would have been great. But it truly is the most advanced production facility I have seen through video and it's amazing to see the level tech they use to assemble each and every one of these. Really inspires the feeling of driving something state of the art. I know it's probably nothing extremely fancy but I was hoping to see a little of the painting assembly line as I just find something very satisfying about it.
I'm not too sure if it's for that, you see how they have one screen that says OK with a green background and a check mark, the KO screen is red background and an X which I think would just be.. this is not okay and doesn't pass spec or something and someone would have to come and fix it?
Unless it was a parts bin thing they did just for this process before bringing in the official stuff. Plus by now I think they should have production models as top priority, prototype phase sort of passed a while ago.