Welt uploaded to its YouTube channel another documentary showing us the world’s largest car wash. Located in the Feuerbach district of Stuttgart, Germany, more than 4,000 cars are washed daily.
The washing machine also cleans more than 1,000 car interiors every day, while it has a station for waxing and polishing, 48 vacuum cleaners, a gas station and a station for changing oils and engine air filter. The cheapest wash costs 8 euros, while it can reach up to 40 euros, which includes hand waxing and cleaning the interior.
In the video you will see the industrial infrastructure of the installation, but also how the used water is recycled and cleaned and then stored for future use. The facility consumes 6,000 kWh daily, about half of the energy a Greek household needs annually.