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The company published a video filmed at the concern’s plant in Zhengzhou, China, using a drone. The whole process is as automated as possible – during the entire video, which lasts two and a half minutes, a person never appeared in the frame. It is known that the Shark truck will inherit the power plant from the Fang Cheng Bao Leopard 5 SUV. It will be a hybrid system with a gasoline internal combustion engine as a generator and a pair of electric motors.

Judging by the video, absolutely all processes of assembling the newest pickup truck at the enterprise are carried out without the participation of people. Robots automatically perform all tasks, from stamping and welding to assembly and glazing.

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At the same time, the video does not show the process of installing the engine, gearbox and interior assembly, so it is not entirely correct to say that the pickup truck is completely assembled without human intervention. Probably, live employees are still involved at the most important stages.

The BYD Shark frame pickup truck debuted at the end of April, and the first to see the new product were not in its native China, but in America. Local journalists filmed him during the filming of a commercial and posted the pictures online.

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