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Coupe คือ 2022 Audi e-tron GT (อาวดี้ อีทรอน จีที) เริ่ม 3,621,000 บาท และ Audi RS e-tron GT (อาวดี้
2020 Audi e-tron Sportback 55 quattro S line (อาวดี้ อี-ทรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ก) เปิดตัวอย่างเป็นทางการในไทย
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It’s fair to assume it’s because its main competition, the Tesla Model X, beats it handily in terms of range and availability of a wide charging network. With a hundred kilometers less range - would you still opt for the eTron? The graph is from a comparison done by a German rental car company under real life driving conditions: Tesla Model S, 3, X takes on Audi e-tron in Autobahn range and efficiency test
When it comes to releasing new product and launching marketing campaigns, internationalization can have a tremendous impact, positive or negative. And it is important to keep in mind cultural aspects and prevent things that can go really really bad. So here are a few examples of really bad marketing strategy based on poor understanding of the locale specificities. Audi e-tron The release of the electric model from the German carmaker could have been smooth in France, except that the name of the model means “poop” in French. Note that Audi’s e-tron sales finally took up but it did take some time and a lot of advertisings to make it popular and educate consumers to adopt the German pronunciation. Pipi Lemonade The Finnish beverage company behind the lemonade thought it will b a good idea to go over international markets and decided to launch its product in Germany. Big mistake. The name of the drink literally means pee in German slang. Adding this to the color of the product, well… not great Honda Fit Another marketing disaster due to a very poor judgement of culture in Norway. Honda Fit was marketed as “small from the outside but big in the inside”. Problem : Fit in Norway is very closed to another word with a very different meaning. Fitte in Finnish means vagina. Honda rebranded the name of the car very soon after learning from their mistake. Ford Nova Another chapter in the carmaker’s failure story, US carmaker Ford try to expand its model Ford Nova in the Latin America but completely forgot that, in Spanish, Nova means “doesn’t go.” A pretty bad name for a car. The carmaker decided to rebrand the model and called it Caribe.
Currently, less than 5 percent of used lithium-ion batteries are recycled. Disposal is usually paid-for recycling or landfill. The metal is expensive to extract from its ore - it is a very reactive metal and ”clings” onto its compounds very strongly. So a lot of energy is needed to extract it. Just to build each car battery—weighing upwards of 500 kilograms (1,100 pounds) in size for sport-utility vehicles—would emit up to 74% more C02 than producing an efficient conventional car if it's made in a factory powered by fossil fuels in a place like Germany, according to Berylls' findings. Yet regulators haven't set out clear guidelines on acceptable carbon emissions over the life cycle of electric cars, even as the likes of China, France and the U.K. move toward outright bans of combustion engines. "It will come down to where is the battery made, how is it made, and even where do we get our electric power from," said Henrik Fisker, chief executive officer and chairman of Fisker Inc., a California-based developer of electric vehicles. QuicktakeRead more: The future of the EV industry For perspective, the average German car owner could drive a gas-guzzling vehicle for three and a half years, or more than 50,000 kilometers, before a Nissan Leaf with a 30 kWh battery would beat it on carbon-dioxide emissions in a coal-heavy country, Berylls estimates show. And that's one of the smallest batteries on the market: BMW's i3 has a 42 kWh battery, Mercedes's upcoming EQC crossover will have a 80 kWh battery, and Audi's e-tron will come in at 95 kWh. With such heavy batteries, an electric car's carbon footprint can grow quite large even beyond the showroom, depending on how it's charged. Driving in France, which relies heavily on nuclear power, will spit out a lot less CO2 than Germany, where 40% of the grid burns on coal.
I guess there is no such thing as “the worst company name”. There are plenty of examples of unfortunate company names. They often stand for local stores or services. It also often comes to rather involuntarily funny names together with domains, like penisland.net (Pen Island) or www.whorepresents.com (Who Represents). Another thing that leads to a “bad” company or business names is when there is an offensive meaning in another language. But sometimes companies don’t care about it and stick to their names. Example: wix.com (what means something sexual in German when spoken) or the AUDI e-tron what’s really bullshit in France ;-)
The answer needs a bit historical background in order to be understood in the right context. Grand Prix motor racing originated in France with the first motor race being held in 1894. But it was only in 1906 that the first organised GP racing event was held. The word 'Grand Prix' meaning 'Grand Prize' in French was so named after the prize money received by the winner. Formula One World Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans are direct descendents of the organised racing that started at the town of Le Mans in 1906. While F1 took the concept of race distance, 24 Hours of Le Mans has been following the tradition of vehicle and driver endurance derived from the early days of motor racing. Circuit de la Sarthe , the site of the first organised motor racing in 1906, has been hosting 24 Hours of Le Mans since 1923. The 13.6 km circuit is part Bugatti Circuit and part public road. Circuit de la Sarthe Bugatti Circuit The only time these two events shared parts of this track was in 1967, when Bugatti Circuit hosted the French Grand Prix. Unfortunately, it was a very short and loveless affair. I am going to assume that by 'race at le Mans', you mean Circuit de la Sarthe. F1 and LMP1 cars follow two different design ideologies. While one is designed to adapt to different tracks for a few hours every few weeks, the other has to perform at peak for 23 hours straight(reducing an hour for fuel stops and driver change). Given the nature of the track, LMP1 cars have to be on full throttle for 70% of the time. That's nearly 16+ hours in 6th and 7th gear over half the circuit per lap. This comparative track map will show you gear mapping for F1 vs LMP1. Simulation based on available vehicle data for 2012 F1 car and Audi R18 e-tron quattro. From the above map, you can see that a F1 car engages its 7th gear over longer distance than the LMP1 car. Being on full throttle for such an extended period of time might damage the engine and the gearbox. But keeping aside the technical part, the reason why a F1 race is not being hosted in the country from where it originated is more financial in nature. Simply hosting a F1 race is quite a costly affair. Check out my answer to Why is Ferrari not lobbying for Monza? Given the current business model of F1, it is not economically viable for ACO to host a F1 GP nor is it historically important. This is the reason why we have seen F1 GP being hosted at places like Paul Ricard and Magny-Cours rather than Sarthe or Bugatti. Frankly, I would love to see an F1 car go at full throttle on Mulsanne Straight. It's kinda one of my wet dreams.
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