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Bremen is the Largest Mercedes Production Location in the World

The Hanseatic city is also home to world-famous brands. Mercedes-Benz has also established itself on the Weser. With more than 12,500 employees, the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen is the largest private employer in the region. At the Mercedes-Benz Customer Center Bremen, you can not only pick up your new vehicle or enjoy a delicious meal in the restaurant, but also "immerse" yourself in various vehicle types at innovative installations relating to Mercedes-Benz vehicles. There is also a play area for the little ones.

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Are you a fan of action and adventure? Then take up the challenge and test your driving skills on the Mercedes-Benz off-road vehicle course "The Rock". In the middle of the city, you can experience driving fun and off-road power around Bremen's third-highest elevation with a 70% gradient and 80% slope!

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Mercedes Factory and Museum in Stuttgart, Germany

As part of our 8-day/7-night Auto Factory Tour of Germany, you will experience the fascinating world of the Mercedes-Benz automobile. The 2-hour guided walking tour of the largest Mercedes-Benz plant in the world gives a detailed insight into the fascinating world of automobile production. The tour begins in the press shop, where the body parts are given their shape, continues with the ballet performance of the robots in the body shop, and ends in the assembly shop, where the bodyshell and powertrain are married together. In the logistics 'supermarket,' you can see how vehicle components are fed to the assembly lines, in part by two driverless transport systems named 'Bertha' and 'Gottlieb'.

At the museum, with a one-hour guided tour, you will experience the 125-year history with over 160 vehicle exhibits and numerous special exhibition pieces. Gain an overview of the history of the Mercedes with a chronological tour through the Legend halls that takes you on a journey through time, from the dawn of automotive history in 1886 right through to the present day. In addition, you will also travel through a series of theme-based collections spanning various eras, housed in five different Collection halls.

After the guided factory tour, you will have free time to walk through the museum at your own pace.

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*Any reductions only upon presentation of a valid identification card or proof of eligibility. Multiple reductions are not possible. You can find the complete price list here: Admission prices .

  • Youth (from 13 up to and including 17 years of age) ,
  • Apprentices, trainees and students
  • Persons doing voluntary service
  • Persons 64 years of age and over
  • Job seekers
  • Asylum seekers
  • One accompanying person per Mercedes-Benz ClubCard holder

Purchase of a free admission ticket in the online ticketing system is only possible in conjunction with the purchase of a regular or reduced-price admission ticket.

  • Children (up to and including 12 years of age)
  • Severely disabled persons and their accompanying persons with B, BL or H on their ID card
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  • Employees and retired employees of Mercedes-Benz Group AG
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  • Children celebrating their birthday on the day of their visit .

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Auto factory tours of germany, escorted 8-day / 7-night, (optional up to a 14-day tour), highlights:, munich sightseeing, audi factory and museum, ingolstadt, audi factory and forum, neckarsulm, bmw factory and museum, munich, porsche factory and museum, stuttgart, mercedes-benz factory and museum, stuttgart, nymphenburg palace & park in munich, optional additions for the extended tour:, berlin sightseeing, nürburgring track, volkswagen factory and museum, wolfsburg, stiftung volkswagen auto museum, wolfsburg, day 1 / sunday: historical munich / hofbräuhaus.

We will pick you up at the airport in Munich.

Your day begins with a walking tour through the historical city of Munich. You will see top landmarks and discover the stories behind great sights such as The Glockenspiel, The Hofbräuhaus (the world’s most famous beer hall), Frauenkirche, Viktualienmarkt (famous outdoor market), and The Royal Residence. You also see the New and Old Town Hall, The National Theater, The Feldherrnhalle (Memorial to Bavarian Generals), St. Jakobsplatz, and The Church of St. Peter. You will learn the real origins of Oktoberfest and the history of beer gardens in Germany.

After a day of touring the city, you will have dinner at the world-famous Hofbräuhaus. Later, you will have free time to shop in the streets of Munich or just relax.

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Day 2 / Monday: BMW Factory & Museum - Munich

After breakfast, you will be part of the 3 1/2 hour Premium Tour and experience the whole world of BMW, with highlights from the BMW Factory, the BMW Museum, and the BMW Welt.

Established in 1913, BMW Munich employs over 8,000 people from 50 countries and produces over 1,000 cars and over 3,000 engines per day.

At the BMW Factory, you can watch how passion and precision come together in the manufacture of each vehicle. The tour through the BMW plant offers an exciting insight into all areas of automobile production from the press shop, body shop, paint shop, engine shop, the production of interior equipment and seats, as well as assembly.

At the BMW Museum, you will be treated to a fascinating and innovative presentation of the BMW company, brand, and product history. Discover the BMW automobiles, motorcycles, and engines that are displayed ranging from over 90 years of BMW history.

The BMW Welt, learn about the impressive facts and fascinating stories of this unique building. This tour covers all the main points of BMW Welt, interesting background information on the building and its special architecture, and how it was created. The BMW Welt Tour also provides a glimpse behind the scenes, explaining the complex logistics of automobile delivery to customers from all over the world.

After the guided tour, you will have free time to walk through the BMW Welt and the museum at your own pace. You will later enjoy dinner in the evening at a local German restaurant.

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Day 3 / Tuesday: Audi Factory (A3, A4, A5, Q2, Q6 e-tron model series) & Museum - Ingolstadt

After breakfast, you will travel approximately 1 hour to the city of Ingolstadt.

Established in 1949, Audi Ingolstadt employs over 40,000 people and produces over 400,000 cars per year.

The models of the Audi A3, A4, A5, and Q5 with all RS variants are produced here. You will find interesting facts about all European Audi locations as well as the main plant in Ingolstadt. In the press shop, you will feel the pressure produced by the metal-forming tools; in the body shop, you can watch the fascinating ballet performed by welding robots. Learn about bonding technology and witness a “marriage”, when the powertrain and body are joined together during final assembly.

Next, you will tour the Audi Museum, take a journey through time, and visit the Century of Mobility. The one-hour tour of the museum will acquaint you with the most important facts and vehicles in the Audi Company’s 20th-century history. On this entertaining and informative tour, you’ll learn more about the history of the four rings, divided into the pre-war and post-war eras.

After the guided tours, you will have free time to walk through the museum at your own pace. Later, you will enjoy dinner later in the evening.

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Auto Factory Tours of Germany - 8-Day / 7-Night  Tour

Cost:    adults / $3,995*,             students (ages 6-12) / $1,995,             children 5 and under / free.

*Children under the age of 12 are required to share a room with an accompanying adult. There is a maximum of 2 children with 2 adults.

Prices are based on Double Adult Occupancy

Single room supplement of  $750

Private Tour Supplement of up to $1,000 per person depending upon the tour requests and days.

*Due to mandatory vacation and maintenance work in the summer months, some of the factory tours could be unavailable.*

The tour includes:

All ground transportation from flight arrival and departure in munich., tour in private auto/minibus, with transportation to and from all tours and restaurants on the itinerary., all accommodations are in a clean comfortable hotel, bed & breakfast, or country inn. (german 3-5 star standards)., breakfast each morning., dinner each evening with two free drinks (beer, wine, soda, juice, or water only)., free alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with european snacks are  available  while traveling between cities and tours., entry and tour fees for all sights are mentioned in the itinerary., the tour does not include:, airfare to and from germany., meals other than those indicated in the itinerary., beverages other than those indicated in the itinerary., free time transportation or sightseeing., personal expenses for shopping, etc. , optional tours:, we have handpicked our tours to give you the must-see sites with a relaxed and enjoyable vacation. we understand that some people have different interests than others. we will try to accommodate special requests such as a special tour, a historical site, a river cruise, or just a special dinner. please feel free to contact us..

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Day 4 / Wednesday: Mercedes Factory & Museum - Stuttgart

After breakfast, you will experience the fascinating world of the Mercedes-Benz automobile.

Established in 1915, Mercedes in Sindelfingen employs over 35,000 people and produces over 220,000 cars per year. The models produced are the E-Class, S-Class, Maybach S-Class, GLC, and the EQS.

The 2-hour guided walking tour of the largest Mercedes-Benz plant in the world gives a detailed insight into the fascinating world of automobile production. The tour begins in the press shop, where the body parts are given their shape, continues with the ballet performance of the robots in the body shop, and ends in the assembly shop, where the bodyshell and powertrain are married together. In the logistics 'supermarket,' you can see how vehicle components are fed to the assembly lines, in part by two driverless transport systems named 'Bertha' and 'Gottlieb'.

At the museum, with a one-hour guided tour, you will experience the 125-year history with over 160 vehicle exhibits and numerous special exhibition pieces. Gain an overview of the history of the Mercedes with a chronological tour through the Legend halls that takes you on a journey through time, from the dawn of automotive history in 1886 right through to the present day. In addition, you will also travel through a series of theme-based collections spanning various eras, housed in five different Collection halls.

After the guided tour, you will have free time to walk through the museum at your own pace. You will enjoy dinner later in the evening. 

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Day 5 / Thursday: Porsche Factory & Museum - Stuttgart

After breakfast, you will take a 1.5-hour guided walking tour through the production area of the Porsche factory.

Established in 1931, Porsche in Zuffenhausen employs over 39,000 people and produces over 400 cars per day. The models produced here are the 911, 718 Boxster, Panamera, Macan, Cayenne, Cayman, and the Taycan.

This will give you a completely new view of the Porsche models. From engine construction, through the upholstery shop to the final assembly of the "marriage", the uniting of the drivetrain and chassis with the body. Stuttgart is the location where the 911, 918, Boxster, Cayman, and fully electric Taycan are produced. You will view the logistics where all the parts are sent down the assembly line. You will walk through the factory, just feet away from the production line.

The Porsche Museum has more than 80 vehicles and many small exhibits will be on display in a unique ambiance. In addition to world-famous, iconic vehicles such as the 356, 550, 911, and 917, the exhibits include some of the outstanding technical achievements of Professor Ferdinand Porsche from the early 20th century. Here you can choose whether to start with the company history before 1948 or head directly into the main area of the exhibition which represents Porsche's product and motorsport history in chronological order. Both areas are interlinked by the "Porsche Idea" section, which forms the backbone of the exhibition. The new interactive „Porsche Touchwall“ is waiting for the visitors at the end of the museum’s tour. The 12-meter-long installation covers nine decades of exciting automobile history based on 3.000 pictures, drawings, and technical data allowing the visitor to explore almost all Porsche street- and race cars. After the guided tours, you will have free time to walk through the museum at your own pace.

Afterward, you will enjoy dinner later in the evening.

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Day 6 / Friday: Audi Factory & Forum (A4, A5 Cabriolet, A6, A7, A8, R8, e-tron GT model series) - Neckarsulm

After breakfast, you will enjoy a tour of the Audi factory and forum in Neckarsulm.

Established in 1873, automobiles have been produced at Audi's Neckarsulm site for more than 100 years. With over 15,000 employees, Neckarsulm produces over 160,000 cars per year.

The models of the Audi A5, A6, A7, A8, R8, and all RS variants are produced here. You will look behind the scenes of the production at the cutting-edge technologies and precision systems coupled with the core competence of Audi. Your tour begins at the press shop, followed by the highly automated body shop. You will be amazed to watch over 1,600 robots that can be created in perfect interaction in a very short time and with high precision. You will continue into the assembly lines, where you will see the installation of the front end of the vehicle to state-of-the-art logistics and final assembly. The highlight will be the combination of body and drivetrain or the marriage of the auto.

After the guided tour, you will have free time to walk through the museum at your own pace. Later, you will enjoy dinner later in the evening at a German restaurant.

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Day 7 / Saturday: Nymphenburg Palace and Park

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After breakfast, We will drive to the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich and spend the day touring the Palace and its beautiful gardens.

Nymphenburg Palace is one of the largest castles in Germany and one of the most important in Europe. From 1715 to 1918 it was the summer residence of the electors and kings of Bavaria from the House of Wittelsbach. The castle complex was largely spared during World War II as the main castle was given a camouflage coating to protect the Palace from air raids. We will also walk through Nymphenburg Palace Park. The exquisite composition of the formal garden and English-style country park is considered a masterpiece of garden designs. To the east, the park adjoins the palace buildings and the Grand Circle. To the south and west, the park is largely enclosed by the original Garden wall and borders the Botanical Gardens. To the north, the park partly merges with the Kapuzinerhölzl Forest.

After a day at the Palace, we will drive to your hotel near the Munich International Airport and enjoy a farewell dinner in a lovely Bavarian restaurant.

Day 8 / Sunday: Departure From Munich

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After breakfast. we will be happy to take you to the airport for your departure or you can continue your vacation in Germany.

Visitors are not allowed into the factories unless they are wearing sturdy, closed-top footwear (no sandals). The guided tours take place during production hour shifts.

Please note that some sections of the Auto Factory Tours cannot be accessed by wheelchairs, prams, or push-chairs. For this reason, bookings should not be made for wheelchairs, prams, or push-chairs users. The normal minimum recommended age for children taking part in the tours is ten years. Please ask at the time of booking the restrictions of each tour.

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Experience the Mercedes Benz cosmos live and up close! Have you always wanted to know how a Mercedes is made? Take part in a factory tour in Sindelfingen and get a very detailed insight into the fascinating world of vehicle production. An MB tour guide will lead you through the halls and explain how the world-famous Mercedes Benz vehicles are created according to individual customer wishes. It gets even better: an exclusive look at the competence center for luxury class vehicles is also on the tour schedule. This is "Made in Germany" at your fingertips.

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Alternatively, you can take part in an experience bus tour. After an audio-visual introduction, you will experience the dimensions of the plant on a bus tour through Sindelfingen and discover where the vehicles begin their journey to the customer.  You need convincing? The S-Class, MB's flagship, rolls off the production line in Sindelfingen. In addition, the successful E-Class series with sedan, estate and the off-road variant All Terrain as well as the Mercedes-AMG GT family are produced there. From 2022, the Mercedes-Benz GLC will also be manufactured in Sindelfingen. Hell, yes! MB to go? There is also! In the Mercedes-Benz Shop you will find souvenirs, miniature delights and original accessories for your own Mercedes. And how about "star" cuisine? In the in-house restaurant "Daimler" you can feast on light and creative dishes of regional and international cuisine.  That sounds like a truly high-speed experience. Here you can literally reach for the stars. It had to be now...

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Discover what makes Mercedes-Benz cars so remarkable and see for yourself how a Mercedes is built! Find out what makes Mercedes-Benz cars so special and take a look behind the scenes at one of the most modern automotive factories in the world, witnessing the genesis of coupés/convertibles, the GLC off-road vehicle and the EQE electric vehicles. The Mercedes plant in Bremen is one of the largest locations of the Mercedes-Benz Group AG. Here you spend around 90 minutes walking around and watching the car bodies being put together and undergoing final assembly.

Once the tour finishes, you are then taken to the Mercedes-Benz customer centre to enjoy a complimentary drink and a bite to eat. Here you also have the opportunity to see one of our special exhibitions. Please read the safety instructions and the direction to the meeting point. Timings Fri 2.30pm (approx. 2 hours) No tours on bank holidays and bridge days. For operational reasons, there may be cancellations or adjustments to the schedule and content of the tours at any time, even at short notice Meeting point at Mercedes-Benz (address: Im Holter Feld, Bremen) Language German Please note Minimum age is 6 years. Safety Information: Entering the factory site is only allowed with sturdy shoes. If you use a wheelchair please contact our service centrr directly: 0421 3080010. As photography and filming are prohibited on the premises, mobile phones may not be taken on the plant tours. These can be locked in lockers at the Mercedes-Benz Customer Center before the tour begins.

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I picked up my USA spec C350 this on Sept. 8 and thoroughly enjoyed the factory tour of chassis fabrication and assembly sections of the MB plant in Sindelfingen (10 miles SW of Stuttgart). Following are some observations and facts given by the tour guide. 1. Delivery center is stunning. Modern, stylish, spotless, with auditorium, restaurant, mini-museum, accessory and gift shop, a waiting lounge with continuous free snacks and drinks, observation deck of delivery hall, and the delivery hall where you are introduced to your car. 2. The earliest departing english speaking tour is now 11:20 AM, not 9:45 AM as noted on the MB factory tour website. The regular tours are conducted in German. We opted for a German tour and it worked out OK as the intro movie uses translating audio headsets and our guide spoke also spoke english and would provide a separate "side-session" to answer our questions. I am also very familiar with auto factory assembly processes. The tour takes exactly two hours (they bus you around for two stops). 3. The Sindelfingen plant was proudly displaying large banners draped on the buildings noting their "1st in World" status awarded by the J.D. Powers folks for factory build quality. C, E, and S Class built in plant, but the C Class is the only line equipped with the all robotic sub-assembly; these yield the highest precision and speed of assembly. The new E Class will soon switchover to the new process, followed by the next S Class. The cars must be engineered from the onset to make best advantage of the robots, the current E and S pre-dated this epoch. 4. Tour does not cover engines, transmissions or major sub-assemblies like the dashboard. These just appeared just-in-time as needed in the assembly area. 5. Tour is of C Class chassis fabrication (hundreds of steel stampings placed into the robots' loading trays' by fork/skip-loader drivers. Robots weld stampings into three chassis units (forward, center, rear); several hundred pounds apiece, but robots can whip these around like they were paper. Robots use synthetic vision, laser measuring, and tactile sensors to maintain perfect fit/placement that automatically adjust for robotic tool wear and joint positioning error between calibration cycles. No people allowed around robots as they move too fast; sensors used to detect human incursion and stop robots for safety. 6. Leather upholstery and all steering wheels leather wraps are hand fitted and stitched. Very skilled job. Ditto the final shaping/sanding, staining, and sealing/polishing of wood trim pieces. Guide says this cannot be done by robots to MB quality standards; still need the human touch. 7. More robots weld 3 chassis pieces into one...getting tired of robots. 8. Side walls, roof, and aluminum/plastic front fender welded and bolted. Then off to robotic paint booth. Chassis done, sans doors, then robot installs entire finished dashboard assembly as a unit; functional checks come later. 9. Human assembly workers begin installing interior in painted unibody. Side airbags, console, steering wheel, etc. Assembly work reserved for senior, fully apprenticed workers; 90% German, the rest appear to be Turks who have worked their way up to the top skilled assembly jobs. They look very focused/careful and use portable combo barcode reader, tester, and laser probe to verify assembly tolerances. 10. Tour jumbs to body to engine/tranny, suspension merger with bodies. Brake rotors appear to be coated with some sort of grey powder coated protectorant/break-in layer. Vayring springs and shocks placed by workers as body and suspension are compressed together under load. 11. Tour jumps to glass enclosed area where C350 Avantgarde has cutaways allowing inspection of all component placements. Film and demo of seat technology and fabrication. Final questions then back on bus, finished. 12. Noticed some blue coverall clad workers and asked about them. They are interns who attend the onsite MB Institute. Very desirable job for high school grads who apply, take examinations, and are then interviewed. The attend classes and then spend part of each day being mentored by a journeyman or master level worker. It takes 1-2 years before they are fully trained and "on there own" in skilled positions. The are among the top blue collar in Germany (good pay and benefits for life). 13. Sindelfingen plant has 7,000 engineers and technicians who design, program, and maintain the plant and assembly systems. The maintenance of the robots requires lots of information technology types, networked communications, and cybernetic systems engineers; highly trained and skilled... big bucks too. 14. Sindelfingen plant has 8,000 fabrication and assembly workers to produce about 2,000 cars per day. 15. European Delivery destined vehicles are track tested to shake-out any problems before the customer's the post-dellivery trip begins. Normally, this is left to the delivery dealerships to find and fix any flaws. My car was delivered in perfect condition and, as far as I can tell, everything functioned perfectly for the 575 miles I drove.  

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Is the tour included in your package when you took delivery? Interesting observations..  

Tour Included.... Yes, the tour is available but not mandatory. Most folks take the tour unless they have seen it recently. I certainly recommend it. There is also the main MB Museum at Daimler Benz headquarters in Stuttgart. This is described as a "must visit" for MB history fanatics. It has just completed a major refurbishment and charges an 8 Euro fee; but this fee can be waived for EDP customers upon presentation of your order paperwork. I did not go because the museum is in north Stuttgart and would have required backtracking all the way from Sindelfingen.  

thank you for sharing your experience  

"14. Sindelfingen plant has 8,000 fabrication and assembly workers to produce about 2,000 cars per day." Wow! less than a minute per car (24hr x 60 = 1440) Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:  

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Any pix?  

Unfortunately, they do not allow any photos or video recording while on the tour. Proprietary secrets and all that I suppose. You can take photos in the Dellivery Center, and I meant too but forgot when I got caught-up in the excitement of checking out my new car.  

Thats too bad. Congrats on the new car!!  

Amazing. How did you actually remember all of that?  

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Going to Germany - Factory Tour Info

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  • Start date Jan 25, 2014
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  • Jan 25, 2014

Since we are all car guys here, a trip to Germany probably should include at least one factory tour. As I have learned this requires more than showing up and paying the admission fee. Below are some details I was able to uncover for each of the 3 tours: Mercedes Benz (Stuttgart) - website For the Mercedes factory tour, the museum is open tues - sun, 9.00 am. - 6.00 pm. and one can take the factory tour for an additional admission. English language Factory tours 11:45am. The address (linked to google maps) is : Mercedes-Benz Museum , Mercedesstr. 100, 70372 Stuttgart Porsche (Stuttgart) - website For the Porsche factory tour, it is requested that an email be sent to inform them of your interest with dates so they can manage the scheduling. The person I had contact with was Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the tour is free! The museum is open tue - sun 9:00 am - 6:00 pm and the factory tour is mon-friday at 10:00 am and lasts 90-120 mins. The address (linked to google maps) is: Porsche Museum , Porscheplatz, 70435 Stuttgart and phone number +49 (0)711 / 911 - 20911 BMW (Munich) - website For the BMW tour, it seems they want to speak to you on the phone for a booking. I had emailed the BMW Welt Infoservice to get this information... excerpt from the reply email: "In order to clarify all the details required for a booking please contact us via phone at 0049 (0)89-1250 160 01 if you want to make a reservation for a tour." ​ Info current as of date of this posting Jan 20, 2014.  

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  • Jan 26, 2014

Some photos of my trips to Germany to get a preview: https://picasaweb.google.com/110105668819221872753/MbMuseum0812?authuser=0&feat=directlink https://picasaweb.google.com/110105668819221872753/PorscheMuseum0812?authuser=0&feat=directlink https://picasaweb.google.com/110105668819221872753/BmwMuseum?authuser=0&feat=directlink And from an older trip: https://picasaweb.google.com/110105668819221872753/PorscheMuseum?authuser=0&feat=directlink https://picasaweb.google.com/110105668819221872753/MercedesBenzMuseum?authuser=0&feat=directlink  

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Thanks for this information. I have never visited Porsche and BMW for factory tours, but have done the MB factory tour four times over the past 15 years. Generally MB will accommodate you with a special English tour if you make arrangements in advance via phone, but they do offer two "standing" English tours per day, one as you said around 11:45 AM and the other one often in the afternoon. I have generally just "shown up" in the morning and inquired, and they told me to wait until the English tour started. It's a great opportunity to grab something to eat at one of the restaurants and coffee shops there, or spend some time perusing the great gift shop. Or, head into the delivery center and do some people-watching to see the excitement of when people get called to go down to the delivery floor and take delivery of their car (you can watch from the lounge up above). One of my factory tours, I just did the German tour. I did visit the old Porsche Museum once and the new one two times now. BMW ..... well, I've driven by the BMW World and their facilities in Munich many dozens of times, and also their facility in Regensburg. It would be good to get information on Audi as well. Audi has an excellent museum in their original (pre-war) home of Zwickau, in the former East Germany, which I have visited several times. I am sure they have a museum & offer factory tours in Ingolstadt as well, through I have never made the attempt to visit them.  

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I notice that you list the factory tour in conjunction with the museum. Is that tour of the Unterturkheim factory adjacent to the museum? I have taken the Sindelfingen tour several times but didn't realize that there was one through the factory next to the museum.  

No, the Sindelfingen tour is different. & not in the same location as the museum (in Untertürkheim). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk  

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  • Jan 27, 2014

I've done the Zwickau museum, it is really worth the trip north, especially if you're an Auto-Union fan. There are tours of both Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm Audi factories. I've done them both numerous times and really like the Ingolstadt factory as the Audi Forum is right door. Stay at the Piushof Hotel, a really nice and clean hotel just five minutes walk from the factory. You should book in advance, via the interwebs, specify English tour if you don't do the German thing. You can also do a separate R8 line tour in Neckarsulm, need to book well in advance and it's Euro 150 for an unspecified number of participants. Really worthwhile. Whilst I've done BMW in the past, I don't bother now because I really don't like BMW ... In Munchen, don't forget the Deutsches Museum auto museum, it's now separate from the main museum and quite a distance away. This is really cool and has an Auto-Union too, and it's genuine albeit with a body now. I ran an automotive themed tour company in Europe in the late 90's - museums, factorys, historic racing and GPs... KJ  

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  • Jan 28, 2014

If you want to see the cars being built, from raw materials to driving off the line it's Sindlefingen. I went in November 1985. Stuttgart is the engine assembly plant and museum.  

Jimbo

  • Feb 7, 2014
autounion said: I've done the Zwickau museum, it is really worth the trip north, especially if you're an Auto-Union fan. There are tours of both Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm Audi factories. I've done them both numerous times and really like the Ingolstadt factory as the Audi Forum is right door. Stay at the Piushof Hotel, a really nice and clean hotel just five minutes walk from the factory. You should book in advance, via the interwebs, specify English tour if you don't do the German thing. You can also do a separate R8 line tour in Neckarsulm, need to book well in advance and it's Euro 150 for an unspecified number of participants. Really worthwhile. Whilst I've done BMW in the past, I don't bother now because I really don't like BMW ... In Munchen, don't forget the Deutsches Museum auto museum, it's now separate from the main museum and quite a distance away. This is really cool and has an Auto-Union too, and it's genuine albeit with a body now. I ran an automotive themed tour company in Europe in the late 90's - museums, factorys, historic racing and GPs... KJ Click to expand...

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17 rare AMG Mercedes in no-reserve sale

Posted: 2 July 2024 | Last updated: 2 July 2024

<p>Big-capacity engines, menacing bodywork and a skunkworks appeal that’s difficult to ignore. </p>  <p>Pre-merger AMGs are bespoke, high-performance Mercedes-Benz cars built before the three-pointed star bought a 51% stake in the German tuning company in 1999.</p>  <p>Late classic car enthusiast Barry Taylor amassed a huge collection of Mercedes cars, AMG spare parts, bodykits and more, from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s – and now his California-based stash of 400-plus items is available in a no-reserve auction.</p>  <p>The Bonhams|Cars AMG Rediscovered sale is live now, until 24 June 2024.</p>  <p>Here are the modified Mercedes going under the virtual hammer, listed in chronological order.</p>

Seldom-seen AMGs for sale

Big-capacity engines, menacing bodywork and a skunkworks appeal that’s difficult to ignore. 

Pre-merger AMGs are bespoke, high-performance Mercedes-Benz cars built before the three-pointed star bought a 51% stake in the German tuning company in 1999.

Late classic car enthusiast Barry Taylor amassed a huge collection of Mercedes cars, AMG spare parts, bodykits and more, from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s – and now his California-based stash of 400-plus items is available in a no-reserve auction.

The Bonhams|Cars AMG Rediscovered sale is live now, until 24 June 2024.

Here are the modified Mercedes going under the virtual hammer, listed in chronological order.

<p>This rather sinister-looking Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 is the oldest car in the collection.</p>  <p>Although it was hardly a slouch to begin with, this 300SEL 6.3’s M100 V8 engine has been replaced with an eight-cylinder Chevrolet unit, apparently from a Corvette.</p>

1. 1971 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 (est: $9-14,000/£7,100-11,000)

This rather sinister-looking Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 is the oldest car in the collection.

Although it was hardly a slouch to begin with, this 300SEL 6.3’s M100 V8 engine has been replaced with an eight-cylinder Chevrolet unit, apparently from a Corvette.

<p>This 350SL roadster is an early R107-generation car.</p>  <p>Although the engine has not been fettled with, the car’s bodywork has received the AMG treatment.</p>  <p>It’s got beefed-up bumpers and side skirts, plus five-spoke Penta alloy wheels.</p>

2. 1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL (est: $23-30,000/£18-24,000)

This 350SL roadster is an early R107-generation car.

Although the engine has not been fettled with, the car’s bodywork has received the AMG treatment.

It’s got beefed-up bumpers and side skirts, plus five-spoke Penta alloy wheels.

<p>Unlike the SL on the previous slide, this Mercedes coupé’s AMG modifications are more than skin deep.</p>  <p>This car’s original 4.5-litre V8 has been replaced by the 6.9-litre motor usually found in the 116-series 450SEL 6.9.</p>  <p>It was reportedly built for a former boss of Germany’s Dresdner Bank.</p>

3. 1976 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC (est: $45-60,000/£35-47,000)

Unlike the SL on the previous slide, this Mercedes coupé’s AMG modifications are more than skin deep.

This car’s original 4.5-litre V8 has been replaced by the 6.9-litre motor usually found in the 116-series 450SEL 6.9.

It was reportedly built for a former boss of Germany’s Dresdner Bank.

<p>Struggling to spot any AMG upgrades on this 123-series Mercedes?</p>  <p>The only modification on this near-163,000-mile car is an AMG steering wheel.</p>  <p>Still, its twin-cam ‘six’ will be more than enough for most, plus it’s got independent suspension and disc brakes all round, too.</p>

4. 1978 Mercedes-Benz 280CE (est: $20-25,000/£16-20,000)

Struggling to spot any AMG upgrades on this 123-series Mercedes?

The only modification on this near-163,000-mile car is an AMG steering wheel.

Still, its twin-cam ‘six’ will be more than enough for most, plus it’s got independent suspension and disc brakes all round, too.

<p>AMG shoehorned Mercedes’ M117 V8 engine into a handful of 123-series estates, and this car was one of them.</p>  <p>Other upgrades included uprated suspension, bigger wheels and a sportier bodykit.</p>  <p>This car was, apparently, one of the few examples built by AMG in Affalterbach, Germany, rather than at one of the tuning company’s US distributors.</p>

5. 1979 Mercedes-Benz 500TE AMG (est: $150-180,000/£120-140,000)

AMG shoehorned Mercedes’ M117 V8 engine into a handful of 123-series estates, and this car was one of them.

Other upgrades included uprated suspension, bigger wheels and a sportier bodykit.

This car was, apparently, one of the few examples built by AMG in Affalterbach, Germany, rather than at one of the tuning company’s US distributors.

<p>Champagne Yellow paint, tan-leather seats and a four-speed automatic gearbox – this tuned Mercedes 280E is a high-performance cruiser, 1980s style.</p>  <p>On top of its AMG bodykit, this car allegedly went to AMG’s Affalterbach works to have its twin-cam ‘six’ upgraded, too.</p>

6. 1980 Mercedes-Benz 280E (est: $22-30,000/£17-24,000)

Champagne Yellow paint, tan-leather seats and a four-speed automatic gearbox – this tuned Mercedes 280E is a high-performance cruiser, 1980s style.

On top of its AMG bodykit, this car allegedly went to AMG’s Affalterbach works to have its twin-cam ‘six’ upgraded, too.

<p>This Lapis Blue Mercedes was delivered to its first owner in Bielefeld, Germany.</p>  <p>The standard 3.8-litre V8 engine sends its power to the rear wheels via an AMG rear differential, apparently installed by the German tuning company.</p>  <p>And it certainly looks the part. This 48,739-mile car has body-coloured Penta wheels and modified bodywork.</p>

7. 1980 Mercedes-Benz 380SE (est: $25-30,000/£20-24,000)

This Lapis Blue Mercedes was delivered to its first owner in Bielefeld, Germany.

The standard 3.8-litre V8 engine sends its power to the rear wheels via an AMG rear differential, apparently installed by the German tuning company.

And it certainly looks the part. This 48,739-mile car has body-coloured Penta wheels and modified bodywork.

<p>The Mercedes S-Class is associated with effortless style and gentle wafting, but this Silver Blue Metallic 280SE appears to cater for enthusiasts, too.</p>  <p>Its five-speed manual gearbox, M110 ‘six’ and AMG bodykit suggest the next owner will have just as much fun behind the wheel as they will enjoying the spacious rear bench.</p>

8. 1982 Mercedes-Benz 280SE (est: $25-30,000/£20-24,000)

The Mercedes S-Class is associated with effortless style and gentle wafting, but this Silver Blue Metallic 280SE appears to cater for enthusiasts, too.

Its five-speed manual gearbox, M110 ‘six’ and AMG bodykit suggest the next owner will have just as much fun behind the wheel as they will enjoying the spacious rear bench.

<p>This red-and-gold Mercedes left the factory as a Lapis Blue 500SEC, but it was later turned into a drop-top by an unknown company.</p>  <p>Not for the shy and retiring, this modified three-pointed star has covered just 55,661 miles since new and will need some work before returning to the road.</p>

9. 1982 Mercedes-Benz 500SEC (est: $18-25,000/£14-20,000)

This red-and-gold Mercedes left the factory as a Lapis Blue 500SEC, but it was later turned into a drop-top by an unknown company.

Not for the shy and retiring, this modified three-pointed star has covered just 55,661 miles since new and will need some work before returning to the road.

<p>Flared wheelarches, a subtle spoiler and a body-coloured grille set this Mercedes apart from run-of-the-mill W201 190 saloons.</p>  <p>Under the bonnet is the familiar 2-litre, fuel-injected ‘four’, which makes 120bhp.</p>  <p>Apparently it was displayed at the 1983 Frankfurt motor show but, like others in this no-reserve sale, it now needs some recommissioning.</p>

10. 1983 Mercedes-Benz 190E (est: $25-35,000/£20-28,000)

Flared wheelarches, a subtle spoiler and a body-coloured grille set this Mercedes apart from run-of-the-mill W201 190 saloons.

Under the bonnet is the familiar 2-litre, fuel-injected ‘four’, which makes 120bhp.

Apparently it was displayed at the 1983 Frankfurt motor show but, like others in this no-reserve sale, it now needs some recommissioning.

<p>Company cars don’t get much cooler than this AMG-engineered Mercedes. </p>  <p>Hans Werner Aufrecht, co-founder of the German tuner, reportedly used this 190E.</p>  <p>Unsurprisingly, the car didn’t remain standard for long: new suspension, Recaro seats and an ‘AMG Stage 3 engine package’ are among the upgrades.</p>

11. 1984 Mercedes-Benz 190E (est: $32-38,000/£25-30,000)

Company cars don’t get much cooler than this AMG-engineered Mercedes. 

Hans Werner Aufrecht, co-founder of the German tuner, reportedly used this 190E.

Unsurprisingly, the car didn’t remain standard for long: new suspension, Recaro seats and an ‘AMG Stage 3 engine package’ are among the upgrades.

<p>Nicknamed The Blue Shoe, it’s believed this Mercedes was used by Adidas or Puma in one of its advertising campaigns.</p>  <p>Additionally, the seller thinks it was an AMG test car that evaluated different bodywork for future models.</p>

12. 1985 Mercedes-Benz 230E (est: $28-35,000/£22-28,000)

Nicknamed The Blue Shoe, it’s believed this Mercedes was used by Adidas or Puma in one of its advertising campaigns.

Additionally, the seller thinks it was an AMG test car that evaluated different bodywork for future models.

<p>This 500SEL’s exterior appears to have been treated to the full works.</p>  <p>It’s pictured squatting over its rear axle because its M117 V8 has been removed.</p>  <p>Prospective bidders will be pleased to learn that its engine is included in the sale.</p>

13. 1985 Mercedes-Benz 500SEL (est: $28-35,000/£22-28,000)

This 500SEL’s exterior appears to have been treated to the full works.

It’s pictured squatting over its rear axle because its M117 V8 has been removed.

Prospective bidders will be pleased to learn that its engine is included in the sale.

<p>The Mercedes S600 was a technological tour de force, and this modified example comes with AMG Monobloc II alloy wheels and an aftermarket reflective panel on its bootlid.</p>  <p>After years in storage, however, it has suffered from surface corrosion and its history folder is limited.</p>

14. 1991 Mercedes-Benz S600 (est: $12-18,000/£9,500-14,000)

The Mercedes S600 was a technological tour de force, and this modified example comes with AMG Monobloc II alloy wheels and an aftermarket reflective panel on its bootlid.

After years in storage, however, it has suffered from surface corrosion and its history folder is limited.

<p>This classic Mercedes is the exception in this no-reserve sale, because it is not an AMG. That said, it is still most definitely a performance Benz.</p>  <p>The 124-series 500E has the distinction of being a Mercedes that was also worked on by fellow Stuttgart firm Porsche. And it is a true Q-car. </p>  <p>Bigger brakes, upgraded suspension and slightly wider bodywork are the telltale signs that this 322bhp saloon is capable of 0-60mph in 6.1 secs.</p>

15. 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500E (est: $15-25,000/£12-20,000)

This classic Mercedes is the exception in this no-reserve sale, because it is not an AMG. That said, it is still most definitely a performance Benz.

The 124-series 500E has the distinction of being a Mercedes that was also worked on by fellow Stuttgart firm Porsche. And it is a true Q-car. 

Bigger brakes, upgraded suspension and slightly wider bodywork are the telltale signs that this 322bhp saloon is capable of 0-60mph in 6.1 secs.

<p>Here we have another go-faster E-Class: the rare, 210-series E50 AMG.</p>  <p>Its 155mph (limited) top speed and 6.2-sec 0-62mph performance are thanks to its 342bhp, 5-litre, light-alloy V8.</p>  <p>This Green Black Metallic car is believed to be one of just a handful in the USA.</p>

16. 1996 Mercedes-Benz E50 AMG (est: $24-30,000/£19-24,000)

Here we have another go-faster E-Class: the rare, 210-series E50 AMG.

Its 155mph (limited) top speed and 6.2-sec 0-62mph performance are thanks to its 342bhp, 5-litre, light-alloy V8.

This Green Black Metallic car is believed to be one of just a handful in the USA.

<p>AMG went to town on the 210-series Mercedes with the range-topping E50 and E55.</p>  <p>But the German tuning company fettled other models in the range, too.</p>  <p>This V8-engined E420 wagon is fitted with a host of AMG styling options, as well as modified suspension.</p>

17. 1997 Mercedes-Benz E420 AMG Estate (est: $13-18,000/£10-14,000)

AMG went to town on the 210-series Mercedes with the range-topping E50 and E55.

But the German tuning company fettled other models in the range, too.

This V8-engined E420 wagon is fitted with a host of AMG styling options, as well as modified suspension.

<p>Have any of these classic Mercedes caught your eye?</p>  <p>If so, you’ll need to act fast: you’ve got until 24 June 2024 to bid on these lots in this Bonhams|Cars no-reserve online sale.</p>  <p>The auction ends from 10:00 PDT (18:00 BST) and the first car finishes at 13:20 PDT (21:20 BST).</p>  <p>It will be followed by another Mercedes-focused auction a few weeks later, from 22-29 July, when the rest of Barry Taylor’s collection of automobilia and spare parts will go under the hammer.</p>  <p>The seller notes that these cars have been in long-term storage, so don’t expect to drive them away after the sale.</p>  <p>Click here to view the full catalogue.</p>

Get bidding

Have any of these classic Mercedes caught your eye?

If so, you’ll need to act fast: you’ve got until 24 June 2024 to bid on these lots in this Bonhams|Cars no-reserve online sale.

The auction ends from 10:00 PDT (18:00 BST) and the first car finishes at 13:20 PDT (21:20 BST).

It will be followed by another Mercedes-focused auction a few weeks later, from 22-29 July, when the rest of Barry Taylor’s collection of automobilia and spare parts will go under the hammer.

The seller notes that these cars have been in long-term storage, so don’t expect to drive them away after the sale.

Click here to view the full catalogue.

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