Tuesday, August 26, 2008


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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Factories are known for assembly lines, blue collar workers, and being dirty. But that has all changed for the Volkswagen Phaeton factory in Dresden Germany. The cost for the factory was $ 320 million US dollars with an addition $ 10.27 million invested in the campus. Located 100 meters from the city’s Botanical Gardens the factory has implement some interesting system to keep the traffic to a minimum. The only component of the Phaetons that is brought in by truck is the car’s body everything else is brought in by way of the city’s tram system.

The Phaeton is hand built and does not use a traditional assembly line. Unique to the factory is the moving hardwood floor which acts as an assembly line, where the cars move slowly through the factory to different stages of the cars production.

If you are looking for a tour there are daily guided and unguided tours of the factory, if you are looking to buy a Phaeton you are able to go to the factory and choose the colour and options for your new car.