On the 8th of March 1956, the ‘Bullis’ was born at the Volkswagen Hanover plant; Bulli was a pet-name for the much-loved VW bus, and began a legendary generation of Transporter vehicles. To commemorate the success of the model, The Historical Museum of Hanover will host a special exhibit to show off the story of the Transporter, taking place from the 9th of March to the 26th of June 2016.
On three days a week, Volkswagen apprentices will also host interactive and presentation stations, offering a personal insight into their field of work and the impact of Bulli production.
The VW Transporter holds a very special place in Hanover’s history, with the success of the model securing many jobs in the region, as well as marking a significant milestone in the history of motoring. The plant also has a steady position for the future; the Transporter T6 is continuing to be a popular choice for Volkswagen customers, with exceptional benefits for both private and business customers.
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