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Solution:Volkswagen was created as part of a government-funded work-creation initiative. Ferdinand Porsche was the designer of this vehicle, referred to as a "people's car." It would only cost 999 German Reichsmark, and the programme provided a savings plan to enable the purchase of such a vehicle in a country where only one in fifty Germans owned a car. Luxury vehicles still made up the majority of automotive production. Adolf Hitler loved technology in general and automobiles in particular, which made this attempt conceivable. "Mankind's most amazing method of transportation," he said of vehicles.