Explore the Volvo Cars factory in Torslanda. Our factory tour train will take you on a guided behind-the-scenes tour of our production line. You'll get a glimpse of our production process all the way from rolls of sheet metal to finished cars. An ideal family or group activity!
- Explore one of Europe's most modern car plants
- Get to see where some of the world's safest cars are being built
- Observe robots and humans working hand-in-hand
*We recommend that you are here a few minutes ahead of schedule to greet you welcome and offer coffee or fika in our site resturant.
*Please observe that current tours will have a smaller group of visitor (max 14 people) and that certain actions has been take in order of the ongoing Corona virus (COVID-19). More information comes upon arrival.
*The factory tour takes place if the production allows. If a trip has to be cancelled, you will be offered a ticket for an alternative date or will receive a full refund of your current ticket.
*Photography and filming are prohibited during the tour. Cameras, telephones and similar technology to be collected and stored at the reception of the Volvo Car Visitor Center before the activity begins.
*If you book a ticket as an Volvo Cars employees, the ticket is individual and needs to be shown with your valid Volvo Cars ID to be free of charge.
*If you experience flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, respiratory problems, etc.) Please follow The Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations and stay at home.
Welcome to the heart of Volvo Cars, our factory. At the start of the tour, your guide will talk you through the process and some fun facts in the reception area.
Then it's time to climb aboard our Blue Train, which will take you into our factory to explore our production process.
Our production plant is a busy place! Therefore, tour routes might vary depending on maintenance or development work. But don't worry, we will make sure you get a good behind-the-scenes view and lots of impressions for your memory bank.
Enjoy an exciting 75 minutes and observe robots and humans working hand-in-hand to build some of the safest cars in the world.
For guided tour in Swedish - click here.