10 Most Complex Machines Ever Built: A Glimpse into Engineering Wonder

Driverless car

Driverless cars are still not in mass production. However, they are in test mode. General Motors, Tesla, and Ford have been pushing the boundaries in the past few years. 

Space Vehicle

In the past decade, private funding has gone a long way toward developing these highly complex machines 

Super computer

As the name suggests, supercomputers possess a higher level of performance compared to normal computers.

Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

Much of innovation (sadly) originates from the military. This is the story of GPS, the Internet, digital photography, satellite navigation, and many more. 

Z machine

The Z Pulsed Power Facility (commonly known as the Z machine) is the largest high-frequency electromagnetic wave generator in the world. 

Quantum computer

The technology behind quantum computers drifts away from classical physics. In 2023, IBM will be the leader in building and operating this complex machine. 


We have all seen movies with robots interacting with humans. Robots have been a part of manufacturing for quite some time, and currently they are in preparation to enter our homes.  


While searching for a new sustainable energy source, humanity has come up with ITER. 

ASML Machine

Advanced Semiconductor Materials Lithography is probably the most unknown company, which is crucial for the future of the development of all of the world’s complex machines.  

Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

This undoubtedly has got to be the world’s most complex machine. This complex machine is 27 kilometers long.