Take a guided tour through Volvo Cars Torslanda factory, a unique opportunity to see how a car is built. You will experience everything from the pressing plant and body shop to the assembly lines - getting a first-hand impression of how a Volvo car is built.
Who can go on the Blue Train?
Tours are open to the general public as well as companies, organisations and schools. It takes a little more than an hour and each trip can take a maximum of 44 visitors.
Photography is not allowed as development work is carried out in the factory.
Note: Confidentiality and maintenance within the factory may affect the tour. Its exact composition varies from week to week. The Blue Train departs from the Volvo Cars Visitor Centre.
The public train
The tour is free of charge. We recommend that you contact us well in advance since the principle of first come - first served applies for reservations. Please check with Reservation for English guided tours
Companies & associations
Companies and associations can charter the train from Monday to Friday. We do not operate on a set schedule but adapt timing to the needs of visitors and availability in the plant. Prices are available on request.
Schools can get free train tours on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in 2009. Age limit is 15 years or 8th grade. We recommend that you contact us well in advance since the principle of first come - first-served applies for reservations also here.
Need to know
Please arrive at the Volvo Cars Visitor Centre at least 15 minutes before the train departs.
As the train trip goes inside the plant area, photography is prohibited through-out the trip. Visitors who bring a camera or camera phone will have to leave it with the train guide who will return it at the end of the trip.
The train goes through a workplace; all passengers must respect this and show consideration by not disturbing the people working in the factory. This means that, as a visitor, you must always remain in the carriage and keep your arms and legs inside.
Due to confidentiality and maintenance reasons the tour varies. We always aim to show as much ongoing activity as possible but as the plant or parts of it sometimes undergoes maintenance or updates we might encounter non-active stations or re-route the tour.