It looks like an art museum or a fan loft rather than an automobile factory. So-called Transparent The factory in Dresden, Germany needs a maple wood floor in Canada, a soft indirect lighting and a full glass wall. It was specially constructed to assemble the luxury sedan of Volkswagen Phaeton and about 14,000 units were collected from 2002 to 2016. But when Phaeton died, VW reassigned the factory to more environmentally friendly future challenges.
I visited the factory before the Volkswagen workshop. In Germany, this facility, known as Gläserne Manufaktur, is the first one, so far Only Volkswagen's factory switches from the construction of an internal combustion locomotive to the construction of electricity only. Phaeton's production ended in March 2016. After 13 months, after 20 million euros, Production began.
Currently, Transparent Factory builds 72 e-golf per day, 150 cars per day. It is about 14,000 cars each year, or only a few VW can make in other factories. High demand of electric hatchback VWBut it only produces cars for Continental Europe: North America and right-hand drive e Golf is built in a larger factory in Wolfsburg VW.
Nonetheless, the output of e-Golf, which surpasses Phaeton's peak in 2011, has dramatically increased in 2011. Phaeton has 4,000 shares and e-Golf has only 1,750 euros. Partly because hatchback is easier than Phaeton, part of the reason is because it has only a small number of all electric drive train. As …
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