Volkswagen Sells First e-Golf For Charity – Fetches $41,400
At the time, we were curious as to the result of an ongoing auction of the first e-Golf for charity that said “Take Home the US’ First Ever Volkswagen e-Golf”, as it just closed on Wednesday.
As it turns out, on a technical level, the auction wasn’t the first e-Golf delivered – but first e-Golf sold. Regardless of that, $41,400 was indeed raised for a good cause – Global Green USA.
The winning bid of $41,400 was turned in by Bruce Oberg, a Oregon native – a number that is about a $6,000 premium over the car’s sticker of $35,445. (The e-Golf only comes in the premium SEL trim for America at the moment – details)
Update: (Nov 3rd 1:00pm) Some bidding/donation details removed as per Mr. Oberg’s request
Our congratulations to Mr. Oberg on being sold the first e-Golf and his commitment to helping Global Green “foster a global value shift toward a sustainable and secure future”.