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Volkswagen factory visits.

A glimpse behind the scenes.

Come on in! We open up our factory halls to you. On our tailor-made tours through the different vehicle production areas, we show you how a Volkswagen is made. Discover the fascinating variety in the production at our sites with our experts and experience up-close what makes a Volkswagen unique. We look forward to showing you around!

Braunschweig.

The oldest Volkswagen site is a global leader in the manufacture of vehicle components – and has a shining future in battery production. Parts from Braunschweig can be found in almost all vehicles from the Volkswagen Group. See for yourself!

Chemnitz.

Chemnitz is where Volkswagen engines and engine components are built – this is state-of-the-art, ‘clean factory’ production. Gain an insight into the technically demanding production processes.

Dresden.

You can experience the future of mobility first hand at the Transparent Factory. Visitors can expect an interactive world of experiences – and what’s more, the e-Golf has been in production here since April 2017. A tour will allow you to explore the secrets of electric mobility.

Hannover.

The Hannover factory is the home of the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brand, so you can get up-close to the exciting production of Transporter and Multivan models. The sturdy Amarok pickup is also built here.

Salzgitter.

There is a real buzz here. Covering 2.8 million square metres, this Volkswagen factory is one of the biggest engine factories in the world. The power units are used in various different models and brands – from the up! and the Touareg, to the Porsche Cayenne and Bugatti vehicles.

Osnabrück.

Osnabrück has been a car city for over 100 years. The Volkswagen factory covers the entire automotive process chain – from the first sketch to the finished vehicle. Tip: Visit the Volkswagen Osnabrück car collection afterwards!

Zwickau.

At the Zwickau vehicle factory, you can observe the classic production areas of pressing, bodywork and final vehicle assembly. Each day, up to 1,350 Volkswagen bodies (including Golf and Passat Estate models) and 90 luxury (Bentley) bodies are built here.