This is a must see! Video tour of the AMG engine factory!May 25, 2019
The overseas blogger visited the factory, which produces engines for high-performance cars Mercedes-AMG. The company is located in Affalterb (Germany).
According to Wikipedia, Affalterbach is a community in Germany, it is located in the south of Germany, near the city of Stuttgart. The population of only 4,501 people is a quiet place, in which there is one very important landmark for the entire automotive industry. It is the birthplace of engines that are designed for models from the sports division of Mercedes-AMG, which is known to belong to the German automaker Mercedes-Benz.
For many of us, being able to visit Affalterbach is definitely a challenge, even if you are one of the most passionate AMG fans.
That is why, a well-known blogger, whose YouTube-channel is called Shmee150, decided to publish a video in which he became acquainted in detail with the factory of the AMG company. Unfortunately, this video is entirely in English.
As the blogger himself says, another reason why he decided to visit the plant is the fact that he has already ordered a high-performance AMG G63 SUV, and his car will be worth it at the Affalterbach plant.
“Visiting the place where the engines for powerful cars are built is always a special event, and we can see how all the details are assembled into one,” the video description says.
Shmee150 (his name is Tim) was joined by someone named Lars Laukenman, a longtime employee of Mercedes-AMG, who demonstrates some of the steps involved in assembling a V8 engine. The video also discusses the differences between the various AMG engines.
If, after watching this video, you want to go specifically to Affalterbach in order to visit the AMG factory, then we hurry to inform you that the German company offers its customers tours of the factory that will allow you to visit the customer service center, AMG Performance studio.
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