Experience the production at BMW Group Plant Landshut live on site and immerse yourself into the fascination of innovation with one of our tour guides.
The plant tour program is as diverse as the interests of our visitors. You have a choice of several different tours.
Exclusive Tours are for groups of up to 25 people who would like an exclusive insight into the fascination of innovation. You have the choice between an overview of the different technologies and the plant as a whole or we can tailor a tour according to your specific interests. The following technologies can be visited: light metal foundry, CFRP, cockpit and equipment, plastics exterior, electric drives and special engines. The tour takes approx. 2.5 hours.
This tour can also be booked by individuals.
The Highlight Tour has been developed for visitors who are a little short on time and especially for younger students who would like to get to know the plant’s highlights in a compact tour. The Highlight Tour covers the technologies light metal foundry, CFRP as well as electric drives and special engines; tour duration is 1.5 to 2 hours.
The BMW i Tour shows visitors all the contributions BMW Group Plant Landshut makes to the BMW i models. These include the CFRP car body, the cockpit and the electric drives. The focus is on electro-mobility and lightweight construction. This tour takes approx. 1.5 hours and is for up to 15 participants.
This tour can also be booked by individuals.
Looking for a gift? How about a plant tour voucher for your friends or family members?
We offer gift vouchers for all tours. If you request dispatch by mail, a delivery charge of €1,50 applies. Upon request vouchers can also be purchased directly at the plant.
For further information or to order a gift voucher, please call +49-89-382-15750 (7 days a week, 08:00am – 08:00pm) to talk to our service team at the Booking Center.
San Luis Potosí / Munich. Today’s ground-breaking signals the start of construction of the new BMW Group plant in Mexico. Guests attending the official ceremony in San Luis Potosí included Rogelio Garza Garza, Undersecretary of Industry and Commerce at the Mexican Ministry of Economics; Dr. Juan Manuel Carreras López, Governor of the state of San Luis Potosí; Oliver Zipse, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, responsible for Production and Milagros Caiña-Andree, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, responsible for Human Resources and Labour Relations.
Newest BMW Group plant with cutting-edge technologies
Board of Management member for Production Oliver Zipse believes the new plant in San Luis Potosí will be a special location: “All of the BMW Group’s knowledge and capabilities will be on show at our new location in Mexico. The production system being established there will be a leader in productivity and sustainability, thanks to the use of innovative technologies. I am delighted to launch this ground-breaking BMW Group plant on its way.” Board of Management member for Human Resources Milagros Caiña-Andree underlined the BMW Group’s role as an employer: “Our success depends above all on the people who work for us. Their capabilities create our products. They form the strong foundation of our new BMW Plant San Luis Potosí. For this reason, it is also important for us to be an attractive employer here, to inspire passion for the BMW Group among employees, to encourage their ambition and develop their talents.” Governor Juan Manuel Carreras López commented: “The BMW Group is an important partner for our state and will help to further develop the industry in the region. San Luis Potosi is an attractive state for the automotive industry with skilled workers, a logistically interesting location and the necessary infrastructure for the development of this kind of projects. In San Luis Potosi, we are ready to support the industry.
Dual vocational training according to the German model
Vocational training of BMW Group also follows the successful scheme of dual training in Mexico according to the German model. In collaboration with the Technological University of San Luis Potosí (UTSLP), trainees learn the theoretical foundations of their future profession. In the BMW plant, books are replaced by toolboxes and trainees are immersed in the practice. "Dual vocational training is not only in Germany but now also in the majority of the international headquarters of BMW Group, the guarantor of excellently trained personnel," explains Milagros Caiña-Andree. "Therefore, we did not hesitate for a moment to introduce this scheme also in Mexico. We found an excellent trainer partner at the Technological University of San Luis Potosí.
Individual plant tour ticket: € 8.00 / € 5.00 (reduced)
Individual plant tour ticket BMW i: € 8.00 / € 5.00 (reduced)
Exclusive tour: € 150.00 / € 120.00 (reduced)
Exclusive tour BMW i: € 150.00 / € 120.00 (reduced)
Combined tour “High-Tech Region Lower Bavaria”: € 250.00 / € 220.00 (reduced)