People might be wondering how manufacturer test the car before they introduced the model in the market. Well, the answer for that question is using the pilot production of the vehicle.
Pilot Production is nothing but the first car made to test by the official drivers on tracks and other conditions before launching it to the market. The company can use it for new model manufacturers or it can also be used for the already existing model but with the upgrades. Using the Pilot Production batch of the car, the manufacturers are able to evaluate various factors about it such as driving as well as handling of the car, accuracy of the machines as well as engine, etc. The parts used for the pilot production vehicle are made especially for the testing purpose. Based on the overall result they get from the test run they provide on track or even on the public road, they conclude the result as well as performance of the vehicle. According to the result if they are satisfactory that will match the safety standards the manufacturers go ahead and start the products of the vehicle. If not then design the parts again for the better performance and then they assemble in the testing car to be test by the official drivers of the company.
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