Made In

Motorvision looks behind the scenes at the biggest car manufacturers in the world.

Made In

Made in… is your exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the production facilities of world-famous manufacturers and car suppliers. Every episode reveals the history of a leading company and reveals the steps that are needed to develop and assemble vehicles. Experience the whole design and construction process from bare ideas on paper to the finished product and newly developed technologies!

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  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • PistenBully

    The Pistenbully is a made in Germany powerpack traversing the ski slopes all over the world. For over 40 years it has been the undisputed number 1 among the snow groomers.

    30.05.2020 03:40 - 04:05 (UTC)

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • BMW Series 5 GT, Part 2

    The automotive industry is a brutal business and the genesis of new models is a jealousy kept secret. However, Made In was able to document the production history of a new BMW model. After a design competition eight models are shortlisted and presented to 500 test customers. A jury recommends two models for the finale and then the winner of the design contest will be announced and produced.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • VW e-Golf

    Volkswagen's transparent factory in Dresden is a showcase for electromobility. Behind a 27,500-square meter window, the company almost handcrafts the e-Golf, the brand's key electric product. The plant is also home to start-ups, which further develops mobility and works towards a greener future. Made In takes a look behind the scenes of Volkswagen's future lab.

  • Volkswagen California

    The Volkswagen Transporter, affectionally called VW Bulli, has been built in Hannover-Stöcken since 1956. Currently, there are 14,500 people working for Volkswagen at this plant with a small group making travel dreams come true: The manufacture the Volkswagen California is a nearby special facility. Since opening in 2004, the number of produced cars has almost been doubled to 60 units a day.

  • BMW Motorcycle Production

    Sheer Driving Pleasure: That’s how BMW advertises not only its cars, but its motorcycles as well. For more than 40 years, these 2-wheelers have stood for maximum comfort, quality, and safety. The joy of driving on two wheels emerges from a production plant in Berlin-Spandau, which covers an area of 180,000 square meters. There, 2,000 employees are involved in the production of BMW bikes.

  • BMW Sustainability

    By putting many thoughts into the cutting process of raw materials, BMW reduces the amount of waste drastically. Most of the 600 tons of sheet metal that are produced by BMW’s pressing plant ends up in the final cars, while only 10 kg go to waste. Production in the the Rolls-Royce facility in Goodwood, which belongs to BMW, is based on the same principles of sustainability and efficiency.

  • BMW Series 5 GT, Part 1

    In 2003 the automotive industry was booming like never before and the law of supply and the supply-demand system works perfectly. So many manufacturers decided to develop new cars. But what happens to models, which were conceived in good times and launched as final products in times of market crisis? Made In documents the development history of a new BMW model, which starts with a design pitch.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Techart

    A Porsche - that's pure dynamics and emotion. What can you improve here? Nothing! But Techart tries it anyway. The company from Leonberg sets the pattern for the individualization of Porsche cars worldwide.

  • Deutz

    The tractor - a multi-talented power-pack, made in Germany. A 100 years ago, the first steam-powered vehicles were employed in the fields. Nowadays, they find application in the transport and construction sectors.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • Kiekert

    Kiekert from North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany is a supplier for many different locking systems and the market leader in side door locks. Customers from all over the world buy door locks from Kiekert, which keeps cars secure against thievery, prevent doors from opening while driving and have a life-saving function in case of an accident. Their quality is improved constantly by Kiekert.

  • KTM

    Mattighofen in Austria, birthplace and place of production of KTM motorcycles. With the slogan Ready to Race KTM produces bikes that can compete to 100 percent in every race. Every day KTM builds up to 500 new machines

  • Porsche Panamera

    In 2004 Porsche decided to build the all-new Carrera GT in Leipzig, which is seen as a knightly accolade for the production site. However, the biggest challenge arose, when Porsche decided to produce a four-door sedan in parallel to the Cayenne, namely the Porsche Panamera. Before this sports saloon can hit the streets, it needs to pass 71 perfectly organized stations in the production plant.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • The History of Fire and Rescue Services

    The history of the fire and rescue services takes you back to the Roman Age. Back then it were primarily slaves who had to face the flames. Guilds took care of fire fighting in the Middle Ages. But the fire departments in Germany were only substantially organized, when Conrad Dietrich Magirus stepped into the scene. He is considered a pioneer in fire fighting technology. To this day the most modern fire truckcs are entirely built by hand in his hometown Ulm. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the scenes of this company with more than 150 years of history and shows the production of turntable ladder engines and fire trucks.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • Helmets by Schuberth

    The death rate for motorcycle accidents in Germany has steadily declined, due to the improved quality of safety-helmets. A significant role in these developments has been played by the Helmet-Producer Schuberth.

  • Volkswagen California

    The Volkswagen Transporter, affectionally called VW Bulli, has been built in Hannover-Stöcken since 1956. Currently, there are 14,500 people working for Volkswagen at this plant with a small group making travel dreams come true: The manufacture the Volkswagen California is a nearby special facility. Since opening in 2004, the number of produced cars has almost been doubled to 60 units a day.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • The History of Fire and Rescue Services

    The history of the fire and rescue services takes you back to the Roman Age. Back then it were primarily slaves who had to face the flames. Guilds took care of fire fighting in the Middle Ages. But the fire departments in Germany were only substantially organized, when Conrad Dietrich Magirus stepped into the scene. He is considered a pioneer in fire fighting technology. To this day the most modern fire truckcs are entirely built by hand in his hometown Ulm. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the scenes of this company with more than 150 years of history and shows the production of turntable ladder engines and fire trucks.

  • H&R Suspension Systems

    The prominent chassis-components manufacturer H&R caters the entire range of products - from lowering springs and stabilizers to shock absorbers, for use in racing or standard vehicles.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • VW e-Golf

    Volkswagen's transparent factory in Dresden is a showcase for electromobility. Behind a 27,500-square meter window, the company almost handcrafts the e-Golf, the brand's key electric product. The plant is also home to start-ups, which further develops mobility and works towards a greener future. Made In takes a look behind the scenes of Volkswagen's future lab.

  • BMW Motorcycle Production

    Sheer Driving Pleasure: That’s how BMW advertises not only its cars, but its motorcycles as well. For more than 40 years, these 2-wheelers have stood for maximum comfort, quality, and safety. The joy of driving on two wheels emerges from a production plant in Berlin-Spandau, which covers an area of 180,000 square meters. There, 2,000 employees are involved in the production of BMW bikes.

  • Helmets by Schuberth

    The death rate for motorcycle accidents in Germany has steadily declined, due to the improved quality of safety-helmets. A significant role in these developments has been played by the Helmet-Producer Schuberth.

  • BMW Sustainability

    By putting many thoughts into the cutting process of raw materials, BMW reduces the amount of waste drastically. Most of the 600 tons of sheet metal that are produced by BMW’s pressing plant ends up in the final cars, while only 10 kg go to waste. Production in the the Rolls-Royce facility in Goodwood, which belongs to BMW, is based on the same principles of sustainability and efficiency.

  • BMW Series 5 GT, Part 1

    In 2003 the automotive industry was booming like never before and the law of supply and the supply-demand system works perfectly. So many manufacturers decided to develop new cars. But what happens to models, which were conceived in good times and launched as final products in times of market crisis? Made In documents the development history of a new BMW model, which starts with a design pitch.

  • BMW Series 5 GT, Part 2

    The automotive industry is a brutal business and the genesis of new models is a jealousy kept secret. However, Made In was able to document the production history of a new BMW model. After a design competition eight models are shortlisted and presented to 500 test customers. A jury recommends two models for the finale and then the winner of the design contest will be announced and produced.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • H&R Suspension Systems

    The prominent chassis-components manufacturer H&R caters the entire range of products - from lowering springs and stabilizers to shock absorbers, for use in racing or standard vehicles.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • VW e-Golf

    Volkswagen's transparent factory in Dresden is a showcase for electromobility. Behind a 27,500-square meter window, the company almost handcrafts the e-Golf, the brand's key electric product. The plant is also home to start-ups, which further develops mobility and works towards a greener future. Made In takes a look behind the scenes of Volkswagen's future lab.

  • 125 Years of Mercedes-Benz

    Mercedes-Benz celebrates 125 years of automotive history. 1926 the brand name arises as a result of the consolidation of Mercedes, the Daimler Motor Company and Benz by Benz & Co. Apart from the name, the Mercedes star is the most important property of the Mercedes-Benz cars, which signify quality and safeness. Again and again this manufacturer sets new standards of automobile engineering.

  • 125 Years of Mercedes-Benz

    Mercedes-Benz celebrates 125 years of automotive history. 1926 the brand name arises as a result of the consolidation of Mercedes, the Daimler Motor Company and Benz by Benz & Co. Apart from the name, the Mercedes star is the most important property of the Mercedes-Benz cars, which signify quality and safeness. Again and again this manufacturer sets new standards of automobile engineering.

  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    2001 saw the new beginning of new chapter for Volkswagen. After getting famous for everyday cars such as the Beetle and Golf, the German car manufacturer wanted to be involved in the production of luxury vehicles, too. The company invested 187 million Euros into its so-called “Transparent Factory” in Dresden to produce its Volkswagen Phaeton, which sets new standards in the upper class.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Bentley Continental GT

    The new Bentley Continental GT. It is the successful model of the English luxury brand. Nevertheless, the British car maker has lost money in recent years. The new car must become a success in order to bring Bentley back to its former strength. This makes the development of the new Continental a particularly mammoth task. Made in England shows the development of the new GT and whether the luxury athlete also convinces racing legend Derek Bell.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    2001 saw the new beginning of new chapter for Volkswagen. After getting famous for everyday cars such as the Beetle and Golf, the German car manufacturer wanted to be involved in the production of luxury vehicles, too. The company invested 187 million Euros into its so-called “Transparent Factory” in Dresden to produce its Volkswagen Phaeton, which sets new standards in the upper class.

  • Bentley Continental GT

    The new Bentley Continental GT. It is the successful model of the English luxury brand. Nevertheless, the British car maker has lost money in recent years. The new car must become a success in order to bring Bentley back to its former strength. This makes the development of the new Continental a particularly mammoth task. Made in England shows the development of the new GT and whether the luxury athlete also convinces racing legend Derek Bell.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Bentley Continental GT

    The new Bentley Continental GT. It is the successful model of the English luxury brand. Nevertheless, the British car maker has lost money in recent years. The new car must become a success in order to bring Bentley back to its former strength. This makes the development of the new Continental a particularly mammoth task. Made in England shows the development of the new GT and whether the luxury athlete also convinces racing legend Derek Bell.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • 125 Years of Mercedes-Benz

    Mercedes-Benz celebrates 125 years of automotive history. 1926 the brand name arises as a result of the consolidation of Mercedes, the Daimler Motor Company and Benz by Benz & Co. Apart from the name, the Mercedes star is the most important property of the Mercedes-Benz cars, which signify quality and safeness. Again and again this manufacturer sets new standards of automobile engineering.

  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    2001 saw the new beginning of new chapter for Volkswagen. After getting famous for everyday cars such as the Beetle and Golf, the German car manufacturer wanted to be involved in the production of luxury vehicles, too. The company invested 187 million Euros into its so-called “Transparent Factory” in Dresden to produce its Volkswagen Phaeton, which sets new standards in the upper class.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Bentley Continental GT

    The new Bentley Continental GT. It is the successful model of the English luxury brand. Nevertheless, the British car maker has lost money in recent years. The new car must become a success in order to bring Bentley back to its former strength. This makes the development of the new Continental a particularly mammoth task. Made in England shows the development of the new GT and whether the luxury athlete also convinces racing legend Derek Bell.

  • Knaus-Tabbert

    One of the leading producers of luxurious caravans, and premium campers, in Europe, has its headquarters in Jandelsbrunn in lower Saxony. The Knaus Tabbert company.

  • The History of Fire and Rescue Services

    The history of the fire and rescue services takes you back to the Roman Age. Back then it were primarily slaves who had to face the flames. Guilds took care of fire fighting in the Middle Ages. But the fire departments in Germany were only substantially organized, when Conrad Dietrich Magirus stepped into the scene. He is considered a pioneer in fire fighting technology. To this day the most modern fire truckcs are entirely built by hand in his hometown Ulm. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the scenes of this company with more than 150 years of history and shows the production of turntable ladder engines and fire trucks.

  • Fiat

    The Fiat 500X, the SUV version of the hugely popular 500, is built in Melfi in southern Italy. The production plant is one of the most modern facilities in Europe. The FCA Company has invested almost a billion Euros into the expansion. Up to 1600 cars leave the assembly line every day. Made in Italy - Fiat provides an insight into the manufacturing facilities of the oldest and biggest Italian carmaker.

  • Audi R8 GT

    By now, Audi has sold more than 16,000 sports cars around the world. In 2010 they upped the stakes even more and introduced the Audi R8 GT. The high performance sports car is limited on 333 units and has been designed to show Audi’s expertise in the field of lightweight construction. This car, which is build in Neckarsulm in Germany, is a serious competitor for established supercars of today.

  • AMG

    AMG - Three letters that fascinate car fans all over the world. They are an abbreviation for a company, which meets the highest automotive requirements. They stand for emotion, power and unique cars. AMG, the tuning subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, is a flagship for the car manufacturer from Stuttgart in Germany. It develops vehicles, which are in high demand on the streets and racing tracks alike.

  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    2001 saw the new beginning of new chapter for Volkswagen. After getting famous for everyday cars such as the Beetle and Golf, the German car manufacturer wanted to be involved in the production of luxury vehicles, too. The company invested 187 million Euros into its so-called “Transparent Factory” in Dresden to produce its Volkswagen Phaeton, which sets new standards in the upper class.

  • Alfa Romeo

    To this day many people still consider Alfa Romeo to be the embodiment of design, Italian car making and car racing. Even Enzo Ferrari learned the ropes as a mechanic at Alfa Romeo. The company was founded in June 1910 as 'Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili' - or short: A.L.F.A. Five years later engineer Nicola Romeo acquired the business. Shortly afterwards they put their focus on car racing and the development of racing cars like the Alfa 24 HP.

  • Alfa Romeo

    To this day many people still consider Alfa Romeo to be the embodiment of design, Italian car making and car racing. Even Enzo Ferrari learned the ropes as a mechanic at Alfa Romeo. The company was founded in June 1910 as 'Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili' - or short: A.L.F.A. Five years later engineer Nicola Romeo acquired the business. Shortly afterwards they put their focus on car racing and the development of racing cars like the Alfa 24 HP.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Deutz

    The tractor - a multi-talented power-pack, made in Germany. A 100 years ago, the first steam-powered vehicles were employed in the fields. Nowadays, they find application in the transport and construction sectors.

  • Porsche Panamera

    In 2004 Porsche decided to build the all-new Carrera GT in Leipzig, which is seen as a knightly accolade for the production site. However, the biggest challenge arose, when Porsche decided to produce a four-door sedan in parallel to the Cayenne, namely the Porsche Panamera. Before this sports saloon can hit the streets, it needs to pass 71 perfectly organized stations in the production plant.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Deutz

    The tractor - a multi-talented power-pack, made in Germany. A 100 years ago, the first steam-powered vehicles were employed in the fields. Nowadays, they find application in the transport and construction sectors.

  • Porsche Panamera

    In 2004 Porsche decided to build the all-new Carrera GT in Leipzig, which is seen as a knightly accolade for the production site. However, the biggest challenge arose, when Porsche decided to produce a four-door sedan in parallel to the Cayenne, namely the Porsche Panamera. Before this sports saloon can hit the streets, it needs to pass 71 perfectly organized stations in the production plant.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Seat

    Martorell near the Mediterranean city of Barcelona is the home of Seat’s largest production plant. Vehicles have been produced here since 1950. Today, half a million cars per year are produced on an area of almost three million square meters. The plant is considered to be one of the most advanced in Europe. 14,000 employees, industry 4.0, human-machine collaboration and an army of over 2,000 robots are deployed here. "Made in Spain" takes a look behind the scenes of Seat.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Self-Driving Cars

    Autonomous driving, which means that the car operates independently, sounds like a crazy idea, but is seen as the future of mobility. Steps towards this reality are already done thanks to the progress made in Germany. Assistance systems help drivers overtaking other cars, check if there’s another car in the driver’s blind spot or warn the driver to take a break, when he shows signs of fatigue.

  • Paravan

    The inovation of the engineers of Paravan in the village of Pfonstetten-Aichlau is truly outstanding, their objective: to come up with mobility solutions for people with a vast array of different disabilities.

  • ABT

    Kempten in Allgau. The ABT Sportsline company with ? 115 year tradition resides at the foot of the Alps. ABT Sportsline is the largest Volkswagen group-tuning company in the world and works closely with Audi.

  • ABT

    Kempten in Allgau. The ABT Sportsline company with 115 year tradition resides at the foot of the German Alps. ABT Sportsline is the largest Volkswagen group-tuning company in the world and works closely with Audi.

  • H&R Suspension Systems

    The prominent chassis-components manufacturer H&R caters the entire range of products - from lowering springs and stabilizers to shock absorbers, for use in racing or standard vehicles.

  • BMW Sustainability

    The BMW Group is the industry leader in environment-friendly production and sustainability.

  • Knaus-Tabbert

    One of the leading producers of luxurious caravans, and premium campers, in Europe, has its headquarters in Jandelsbrunn in lower Saxony. The Knaus Tabbert company.

  • Volkswagen Beetle

    A success story that was made in Germany: The Volkswagen Beetle. No other car has ever moved the masses so much, both in distances, as well as emotions.

  • Deutz

    The tractor - a multi-talented power-pack, made in Germany. A 100 years ago, the first steam-powered vehicles were employed in the fields. Nowadays, they find application in the transport and construction sectors.

  • Kiekert

    The worldwide market leader for side door latches is located in Heiligenhaus, a village in North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany. Kiekert supplies a huge array of locks and latches to car manufacturers all over the globe.

  • 125 Years Mercedes Benz

    Mercedes Benz is celebrating 125 years of automobile history. The brand name first emerged in 1926, from a merger of the firms Mercedes, the Daimler motor company, and Benz, of Benz and company.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • PG Bikes

    A plain, industrial building in the Bavarian town of Regensburg. It´s the home of the most innovative German bike workshop: PG Bikes. Regensburg develops and produces electric bikes, with retro-appearance.

  • Volkswagen California

    The Volkswagen Transporter, affectionally called VW Bulli, has been built in Hannover-Stöcken since 1956. Currently, there are 14,500 people working for Volkswagen at this plant with a small group making travel dreams come true: The manufacture the Volkswagen California is a nearby special facility. Since opening in 2004, the number of produced cars has almost been doubled to 60 units a day.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • The History of Fire and Rescue Services

    The history of the fire and rescue services takes you back to the Roman Age. Back then it were primarily slaves who had to face the flames. Guilds took care of fire fighting in the Middle Ages. But the fire departments in Germany were only substantially organized, when Conrad Dietrich Magirus stepped into the scene. He is considered a pioneer in fire fighting technology. To this day the most modern fire truckcs are entirely built by hand in his hometown Ulm. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the scenes of this company with more than 150 years of history and shows the production of turntable ladder engines and fire trucks.

  • Bentley

    Crewe in the British county of Chesire is home to one of the most exclusive car manufacturers in the world: Bentley Motors. 400 hours of pure handwork, meticulous preciseness and a lot of technical knowledge is needed to build the flagship model Mulsanne. For Bentley, it's not just about luxury, but performance as well. 'Bentley Boy' Steven Kane tests the Bentley Mulsanne Speed on the track.

  • Fiat

    The Fiat 500X, the SUV version of the hugely popular 500, is built in Melfi in southern Italy. The production plant is one of the most modern facilities in Europe. The FCA Company has invested almost a billion Euros into the expansion. Up to 1600 cars leave the assembly line every day. Made in Italy - Fiat provides an insight into the manufacturing facilities of the oldest and biggest Italian carmaker.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • VW e-Golf

    Volkswagen's transparent factory in Dresden is a showcase for electromobility. Behind a 27,500-square meter window, the company almost handcrafts the e-Golf, the brand's key electric product. The plant is also home to start-ups, which further develops mobility and works towards a greener future. Made In takes a look behind the scenes of Volkswagen's future lab.

  • Eurocopter

    The EC 135 is the most successful and best-selling helicopter in the world. The Eurocopter is a multi-talent! Whether as a VIP shuttle, as air ambulance or police helicopter, they are exclusively manufactured by hand.

  • Techart

    A Porsche - that's pure dynamics and emotion. What can you improve here? Nothing! But Techart tries it anyway. The company from Leonberg sets the pattern for the individualization of Porsche cars worldwide.

  • MAN

    Machine-works Augsburg-Nuremberg Incorporated. MAN, for short. The enterprise has existed for more than 250 years and is among the leading European manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and machines.

  • AMG

    AMG- three letters, which have inspired car fans around the world for years. It´s the abbreviation for a company which produces cars to the highest standard.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • BMW 5er GT, Part 1

    The genesis of a car is a well kept secret. This is the first time in history we were able to watch the process for more than five years. From scratch on to the final product.

  • Audi R8 GT

    The Audi R8 has been designed to show Audi\\\'s competency when it comes to building lightweight bodywork. It should be a genuine competitor against the already established supercars of today.

  • Artega

    ARTEGA - the name, which raises the spirits of German automotive lovers. The beautifully designed mid-engine sports car from the East-Westphalian province, is an eye-catcher. The Artega is a rare-looking species.

  • Eurocopter

    The EC 135 is the most successful and best-selling helicopter in the world. The Eurocopter is a multi-talent! Whether as a VIP shuttle, as air ambulance or police helicopter, they are exclusively manufactured by hand.

  • Alpina

    Alpina - this brand means state-of-the-art technology, sophisticated engine design and the highest level materials. The green and blue label has guaranteed maximum quality for over fourty years.

  • Unimog

    It is a synonym and a touchstone for four-wheel drive movement. It is the symbol for quality of commercial vehicle constructions worldwide. Mercedes-Benz manufactured for the 60th birthday a new Unimog.

  • Techart

    A Porsche - that´s pure dynamics and emotion. What can you improve here? Nothing! But Techart tries it anyway. The company from Leonberg sets the pattern for the individualization of Porsche cars worldwide.

  • Self-Driving Cars

    One car is heading for collision with another one. But it doesn´t crash - because in both cars computers steer the course.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Alfa Romeo

    A.L.F.A - Societa Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili. That´s what these notorious four letters signify. A car brand, emblematic for design, car racing and Italian car-making mastery.

  • Porsche Panamera

    About 100 Panarema leave the production halls in Leipzig, every day. For an average price of over 130 thousand Euro each.

  • BMW 5er GT, Part 2

    The genesis of a car is a well kept secret. This is the first time in history we were able to watch the process for more than five years. From scratch on to the final product.

  • Setra

    Setra has become the symbol of high quality buses. Neu-Ulm is the hometown of one of the world\\\\\\\'s largest and most modern bus factories. Each year, 3000 Setra and Mercedes buses leave these production lines.

  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    At the end of 2001, Volkswagen opened a new chapter in automobile history. The brand which had such a success with the beetle, now wants to enter the luxury market. The hour of the birth of the VW Phaeton is at hand.

  • Volkner Mobile

    It is the most extraordinary deluxe campervan from Germany. The Performance by Volkner. With its length up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, it is one of the most exclusive campers in the whole world.

  • Brabus

    In Bottrop, male dreams come true. Those, who look for exclusivity and find the Mercedes AMG performance insufficient in itself, have come to the right place. The Brabus company is the world\\\\\\\'s leader in car tuning.

  • BMW Motorcycle Production

    The determination to bring the pleasures of driving to the streets, makes BMW motorcycles so well-loved. For over 40 years, these 2-wheelers have stood for maximum comfort, quality, and safety.

  • Helmets by Schuberth

    The death rate for motorcycle accidents in Germany has steadily declined, due to the improved quality of safety-helmets. A significant role in these developments has been played by the Helmet-Producer Schuberth. update

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • VW e-Golf

    Volkswagen's transparent factory in Dresden is a showcase for electromobility. Behind a 27,500-square meter window, the company almost handcrafts the e-Golf, the brand's key electric product. The plant is also home to start-ups, which further develops mobility and works towards a greener future. Made In takes a look behind the scenes of Volkswagen's future lab.

  • Setra

    Setra' has become the symbol of high quality buses. Neu-Ulm is the hometown of one of the world's largest and most modern bus factories. Each year, 3000 Setra and Mercedes buses leave these production lines.

  • KTM

    Mattighofen in Austria, birthplace and place of production of KTM motorcycles. With the slogan Ready to Race KTM produces bikes that can compete to 100 percent in every race. Every day KTM builds up to 500 new machines

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Unimog

    It is a synonym and a touchstone for four-wheel drive movement. It is the symbol for quality of commercial vehicle constructions worldwide. Mercedes-Benz manufactured for the 60th birthday a new Unimog.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Setra

    Setra' has become the symbol of high quality buses. Neu-Ulm is the hometown of one of the world's largest and most modern bus factories. Each year, 3000 Setra and Mercedes buses leave these production lines.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Alfa Romeo

    To this day many people still consider Alfa Romeo to be the embodiment of design, Italian car making and car racing. Even Enzo Ferrari learned the ropes as a mechanic at Alfa Romeo. The company was founded in June 1910 as 'Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili' - or short: A.L.F.A. Five years later engineer Nicola Romeo acquired the business. Shortly afterwards they put their focus on car racing and the development of racing cars like the Alfa 24 HP.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Bentley

    Crewe in the British county of Chesire is home to one of the most exclusive car manufacturers in the world: Bentley Motors. 400 hours of pure handwork, meticulous preciseness and a lot of technical knowledge is needed to build the flagship model Mulsanne. For Bentley, it's not just about luxury, but performance as well. 'Bentley Boy' Steven Kane tests the Bentley Mulsanne Speed on the track.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Volkner Mobile

    With its length of up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, the Performance by Volkner is the most extraordinary luxury motor home from Germany and one of the most exclusive carvans in the world. What makes it so exceptional is the garage between its axes. This system is patented and unique in the field of motor homes. The heads behind this vehicle are Gerhard Volkner and his wife Stephanie.

  • ABT

    Kempten in Allgau. The ABT Sportsline company with ? 115 year tradition resides at the foot of the Alps. ABT Sportsline is the largest Volkswagen group-tuning company in the world and works closely with Audi.

  • Self-Driving Cars

    Autonomous driving, which means that the car operates independently, sounds like a crazy idea, but is seen as the future of mobility. Steps towards this reality are already done thanks to the progress made in Germany. Assistance systems help drivers overtaking other cars, check if there’s another car in the driver’s blind spot or warn the driver to take a break, when he shows signs of fatigue.

  • Wiesmann

    Duelmen near Munster is the birthplace of one of the most spectacular German sports cars - the handmade Wiesmann. It all started as a fix-idea in the minds of car-crazy brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesman.

  • Rolls Royce

    The name Rolls Royce has always been a synonym for exclusivity, luxury and British automotive engineering. The legendary vehicles with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' on the grill have been built in England since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays it's usually the wealthy people who buy a Rolls-Royce. And no ordered model looks like the other. The 'Bespoke' department satisfies every kind of desire and thus every vehicle is a unique object. 'Made In' takes a look behind the scenes of the Rolls Royce manufactory in the South of England.

  • Morgan

    The English Midlands are home to one of the most traditional British car manufacturers: Morgan. This family-owned company still builds cars that at first look like vintage cars. But the technology under the hood is up-to-date - with one notable exception. What is really special about those cars are their bodies on top of the chassis. They are built from ash wood in a similar fashion to the traditional manufacturing of carriages. MOTORVISION TV takes a look behind the doors of one of the most exceptional car manufacturers in the world.

  • Bentley

    Crewe in the British county of Chesire is home to one of the most exclusive car manufacturers in the world: Bentley Motors. 400 hours of pure handwork, meticulous preciseness and a lot of technical knowledge is needed to build the flagship model Mulsanne. For Bentley, it's not just about luxury, but performance as well. 'Bentley Boy' Steven Kane tests the Bentley Mulsanne Speed on the track.

  • Land Rover and Jaguar

    Under the new roof of the Indian cooperation Tata Group, English cars of Jaguar and Land Rover go through bigger changes. Jagura gets a face lift as Land Rover creates more models. MOTORVISION TV shows how the distinction between tradition and innovation works and what makes "Made in England" so special.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • Volkner Mobile

    With its length of up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, the Performance by Volkner is the most extraordinary luxury motor home from Germany and one of the most exclusive carvans in the world. What makes it so exceptional is the garage between its axes. This system is patented and unique in the field of motor homes. The heads behind this vehicle are Gerhard Volkner and his wife Stephanie.

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • PG Bikes

    A plain, industrial building in the Bavarian town of Regensburg. It's the home of the most innovative German bike workshop: PG Bikes. Regensburg develops and produces electric bikes, with retro-appearance.

  • PG Bikes

    A plain, industrial building in the Bavarian town of Regensburg. It's the home of the most innovative German bike workshop: PG Bikes. Regensburg develops and produces electric bikes, with retro-appearance.

  • Unimog

    It is a synonym and a touchstone for four-wheel drive movement. It is the symbol for quality of commercial vehicle constructions worldwide. Mercedes-Benz manufactured for the 60th birthday a new Unimog.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Alpina

    Alpina symbolizes modern engineering, high precision in engine design and finest materials. The green and blue cachet has guaranteed highest quality for more than 40 years. Alpina specializes in premium BMW tuning, successful motorsports and - surprisingly - special wines. Burkard Bovensiepen laid the foundation for his company in the 1960s. Today he manages his life's work along with his sons.

  • Volkner Mobile

    With its length of up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, the Performance by Volkner is the most extraordinary luxury motor home from Germany and one of the most exclusive carvans in the world. What makes it so exceptional is the garage between its axes. This system is patented and unique in the field of motor homes. The heads behind this vehicle are Gerhard Volkner and his wife Stephanie.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • Unimog

    It is a synonym and a touchstone for four-wheel drive movement. It is the symbol for quality of commercial vehicle constructions worldwide. Mercedes-Benz manufactured for the 60th birthday a new Unimog.

  • Alpina

    Alpina symbolizes modern engineering, high precision in engine design and finest materials. The green and blue cachet has guaranteed highest quality for more than 40 years. Alpina specializes in premium BMW tuning, successful motorsports and - surprisingly - special wines. Burkard Bovensiepen laid the foundation for his company in the 1960s. Today he manages his life's work along with his sons.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Alpina

    Alpina symbolizes modern engineering, high precision in engine design and finest materials. The green and blue cachet has guaranteed highest quality for more than 40 years. Alpina specializes in premium BMW tuning, successful motorsports and - surprisingly - special wines. Burkard Bovensiepen laid the foundation for his company in the 1960s. Today he manages his life's work along with his sons.

  • Volkner Mobile

    With its length of up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, the Performance by Volkner is the most extraordinary luxury motor home from Germany and one of the most exclusive carvans in the world. What makes it so exceptional is the garage between its axes. This system is patented and unique in the field of motor homes. The heads behind this vehicle are Gerhard Volkner and his wife Stephanie.

  • BMW Plant in Spartanburg

    We're in South Carolina, Middle East, USA. All BMW X3, X4, X5 and X6 models are built here. The largest BMW plant produces 32 percent of all BMW vehicles sold worldwide. And the new BMW X7 will also set new production records in the future. Sherry McCraw is the vice president of the plant and employee number 38. She was there from the beginning and explains the milestones of the expansion of the SUV factory to BMW's most important location.

  • Roding

    If four Engineers, that just left university, get the chance to built a super-sport scar arises one of the rarest and most extraordinary roadster in the world: the Roding Roadster. Special about it: the chassis, handcrafted in the own workshop, consists of carbon and is very light. The Car weighs only 950 kilograms and has a power to weight ratio of below 3 kg per horsepower. ""Made in"" shows the remarkable story of the Roding Roadster.

  • Mechatronics

    Pleidelsheim, near Stuttgart. The Mechatronik company specialises in classics from Mercedes. Since 1997, engineers, electricians and mechanics has dedicated itself to the restoration and refinement of classic models.

  • PG Bikes

    A plain, industrial building in the Bavarian town of Regensburg. It's the home of the most innovative German bike workshop: PG Bikes. Regensburg develops and produces electric bikes, with retro-appearance.

  • Unimog

    It is a synonym and a touchstone for four-wheel drive movement. It is the symbol for quality of commercial vehicle constructions worldwide. Mercedes-Benz manufactured for the 60th birthday a new Unimog.

  • Maybach

    Maybach - the finest car manufacturer from Germany. Each model, entirely hand-made, meets the highest standards. An outstanding vehicle, the pinnacle of driving comfort, timeless aesthetics, and workmanship.

  • Volkner Mobile

    With its length of up to 12 meters and its weight of 18 tons, the Performance by Volkner is the most extraordinary luxury motor home from Germany and one of the most exclusive carvans in the world. What makes it so exceptional is the garage between its axes. This system is patented and unique in the field of motor homes. The heads behind this vehicle are Gerhard Volkner and his wife Stephanie.