Lingotto is district in Torino, Italia, that is home to the Lingotto building in the town of Via Nizza. The building was formerly a factory for Fiat automobiles. What makes the building unique is that the roof top of the building hosts a test track, a simple oval figure with banked corners, wide enough to line up 3 cars wide. The building becomes more special as the entire building layout was designed to build a car that becomes built as the car rises to the top of the track, where a driver will test it on the circuit to prove it's road worthiness. When approved, a driver will deliver the car through a spiral helix to the bottom of the factory where the car will then be sent to Fiat dealerships. The factory site closed due to a decline in the car industry of Italy. Fortunately the building has been revitalized into a modern city complex to the public, which includes a shopping mall, multipurpose halls, a hotel, and an university. The test track still exists and is open to the public to view the fantastic sights of the Italian alps and the city of Turin, with the place even open to car meets. Pictured: The flowing layout the cars climb as it is being produced.