An Assembly Line Is Like a Giant Dry Cleaning Rack
The "line" of the assembly line at DHAM is a massive, moving metal skeleton that zigzags through the many different stages vehicles must encounter before hitting the road. You know that whirring electric-powered rack that brings you your dry cleaning? Imagine that, but giant.
Cars are carried on strong metal arms that can support very heavy vehicles. The shell of a car alone (without doors, an engine, seats, etc.) weighs at least 500 pounds.
The line rarely stops. Vehicles move along while the employees install its electronics, dashboard, seats, engine, and more.