SEAT shared a video on how they built a new Leon ST into a couple  in a manner of minutes. The carmaker said it used GoPro cameras to get the necessary footage from inside their production plant.

The idea was to “get right inside” the manufacturing process yet not force viewers to spend too long taking it in.

Captured at the Martorell plant in Spain, they produce over 2,000 cars per day.

Each Leon ST actually takes 19 hours to complete from scratch and is comprised of over 5,900 parts. Watch the video below: