god_bless_japan said:suppose u seen it before, if not hope u like it:thumb:
Where did you hear that? The social system and the wages in Germany might be good, but Germany is not wonderland.bassfisher said:Now, the kicker. The average wage (or so i am told) at a german VW plant is equal to about $65U$D per hour with full health and vacation benefits adding an estimated 35% to that total (2 months anual vacation is the standard there i am told). Maternity/paternity benefits include 2 years furlow with pay to raise your baby. A negative birth rate has resulted in a 'baby-bonus' of nearly $1,000U$D per month if a family has in excess of two children.
The Phaeton Design is pure understatement, a lot People don't like it because it's boring to them. Another big problem for the Phaeton is that most Premium-Class customers prefer the BMW 7 series, Mercedes-Benz S-class or Audi A8 than getting theirselves a car with an VW-Badge on it.gr8 said:nice factory, and really nice exterior design. but i think the car they are building lack the exterior attractive ness.
Japanese car factories then:rofl2:Rock-N-Roll said:I would take an actual functional factory over that one any day of the week.
Serious question- do you have anything to actually offer by way of original thought? Or do you communicate via emoticons?god_bless_japan said:Japanese car factories then.
cars churned out from so called functional factories of China, Malaysia, America are frankly nasty. the Phaeton factory on the other hand is superb. Everyone to their own, its good u dont agree with a lot of other about the Phaeton factory, if everyone thought the same it would be a boring place