Can you tour the Mercedes factory Germany?
Customers are welcome to take a tour on the day they collect their vehicle – there is no prior registration required, simply let us know during check-in. Children aged 6 years and over are also welcome to take part when accompanied by an adult. Several of our factory tours are also wheelchair-accessible.
Can you visit Brackley Mercedes?
VIP Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Factory tours. Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Factory in Brackley, Northamptonshire. It’s a chance to get up close to championship-winning cars, see where they’re built and chat to an expert in the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One team.
Where is Mercedes factory Germany?
Germany. Mercedes-Benz was founded in Stuttgart, Germany and still is headquartered in this city. At this plant, which was founded in 1904, has around 19,000 employees in present day. The production plant in Stuttgart makes Mercedes-Benz parts and conducts research and development.
What means affalterbach?
The name “Affalterbach” combines the old German word for “apple tree,” affalter, with the word for stream, “bach.” This meaning lead the city to emphasize an apple tree in its official coat of arms. AMG® pays homage to its home city with this symbol in its own logo.
Where is the AMG GT made?
Why is Mercedes based in Brackley?
The reason that they are based in Brackley is fairly straightforward. The team was created in 2010 when the company brought Brawn GP. Brawn GP had their headquarters in Brackley. As a result, when Mercedes took over operations and rebranded their team, they opted to stick with the base they got from Brawn.
Can you visit an F1 factory?
We are pleased to work with several Formula One Teams offer Factory Tours for small groups and individuals on set dates – please enquire. Guests are taken on a real behind-the-scenes journey through the actual working factory. Before heading off on the tour, guests will be invited for welcome refreshments.
Are all AMG made in Germany?
Mercedes-AMG builds most of its high-performance machinery in Germany. Some of its most powerful sport-utes it exports from Alabama, right here in the United States. But now it’s starting to build them in China, too.