At the Volkswagen plant in Dresden, Germany, customers who ordered the e-Golf electric hatchback began to enter the assembly line. They can participate in the assembly of their car for an additional charge of 215 euros (17 thousand rubles).
Under the supervision of Volkswagen employees, a group of four visitors will be admitted to up to five different assembly stations. They will be offered to independently supply a cooling radiator, its decorative grille, lights, e-Golf nameplates, as well as help in joining the power plant and the body.
- The whole process of participation in the assembly of an electric vehicle will take 2.5 hours. The new service also includes a guided tour of the production and exhibition area, one drink and a 10 percent discount on all items in the factory's gift shop.
- In 2020, the Volkswagen e-Golf will be phased out and replaced with the ID.3 electric hatchback, the firstborn of the new MEB modular platform, on which most of the group's electric vehicles will be based. Buyers ID.3 will begin to be invited to Dresden for assistance with assembly from 2021.