By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 2:53 PM on 28th January 2012
These futuristic garages are the ultimate car showroom - with millions of pounds worth of new vehicles sitting in the stunning glass towers.
Each day about 600 cars are picked up from the two 200ft tall silos by their new owners - making it the world's largest vehicle delivery centre.
Incredibly, the cars are built at the manufacturer's main plant, in Wolfsburg, Germany, and transported by conveyor belt to the adjacent towers' basement.
Each tower contains 400 brand new Volkswagens.
New owners can watch as their car is picked up from a bay and delivered to them at the Autostadt CustomerCenter, with the speedometer at zero.
The theme park also features a three Michelin star restaurant, the world's largest glass doors and the world's longest printed line - four miles.
A spokesman said: ‘Taking possession of a new car is a special event and each customer is made to feel like a king.
‘Each handover includes professional advice from a personal consultant.
‘It is no surprise the CustomerCenter is one of the main attractions for people visiting the Autostadt.
‘This automotive theme park attracts people who have a passion for cars as well as those who enjoy culture and unique kinds (of) events.
‘Instead of focusing on vehicle production, the presentations highlight the many different aspects of human mobility.’