Volkswagen customers have the opportunity to assemble a car on their ownJune 18, 2020
Customers who wish to purchase a Volkswagen e-Golf electric car can pay extra 215 euros and participate in the assembly of their future car at the factory in Dresden.
The German automaker decided to hold an unusual action and give anyone who wants to assemble their own car at an enterprise in Germany. So, under the supervision of Volkswagen employees, a group of 4 visitors will be allowed at 5 different assembly stations of the new e-Golf. Customers will be offered to independently supply a cooling radiator, a radiator grill, optics, stick e-Golf nameplates, as well as help in connecting the power unit and the body.
For the 2.5-hour assembly process, you will have to pay about 215 euros in excess of the cost of the car itself. At the same time, this amount will include a 2.5-hour stay at the factory, a guided tour, a drink and a 10 percent discount on souvenirs in the brand’s brand store
Note that 2020 is the last year for the Volkswagen e-Golf. The electric hatchback has already been replaced by the ID.3 model. ID.3 buyers will be invited to Dresden to assist in assembly from next year.
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