Maserati is committed to having the most modern production facilities and outstanding working conditions. In the first four years after the takeover, Ferrari management invested extensively in new factories and production lines in Modena. Ferrari itself would not get a facelift until ten years later. The car bodies are built in Turin and from there sent to Ferrari in Maranello to be painted and also to have the engines installed. Around 500 employees work at the headquarters in Modena. In the production hall there, twelve assembly stations join the driveline and car body and also install and fine-tune the mechanical components. Neatly lined up to the side are the ZF automatic transmissions, waiting patiently for the "marriage": the moment when the car body and the driveline are put together. Every screw is perfectly turned, with the computer controlling the torque in Newton meters. This 100-percent control allows no room for errors. All workstations offer optimal ergonomic conditions with the most modern 90° rotation capability. There is practically no over-the-head work, which means employees have the car in front of them and their hands.