Nissan has come out with a video showcasing how its NP300 Navara is built. Steel to Wheels, as it’s called, is a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of the third-generation pick-up at the automaker’s Plant 2 facility at its factory in Bangna, Thailand. The kingdom is Nissan Asia and Oceania’s (A&O) production hub.

The five-minute clip shows how the Navara is made, from raw steel to the finished product. The D23s that are produced by the plant’s 1,400 local employees account for 57.6% of Nissan’s exports from Thailand, and are shipped to 105 destinations worldwide, of which one is Malaysia.

The NP300 Navara was launched in Malaysia in November 2015, and is sold here in single- and double-cab forms. Six variants are available, starting with a baseline single-cab manual workhorse. Next is the manual double-cab E, followed by the SE, which is available in both auto and manual transmissions.

The range is completed by the V and top-of-the-line VL, both available only as automatics. All versions are powered by a 2.5 litre YD25DDTi four-cylinder turbodiesel engine, which offers 190 PS at 3,600 rpm and 450 Nm at 2,000 rpm on the VL and 163 PS and 403 Nm in the rest of the model range.