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China’s Auto Industry in 2050

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Himanshugupta
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nice but too far ahead in future
Himanshugupta   6/27/2014 5:26:31 AM
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These predictions may or maynot be correct altogether but this is a nice to read article on how semiconductor companies are aligning to the greater need of infotainment and innovation in the automotive sector. By 2050 the oil prices will be so high that alternate fuel technology based engines can give a good competition to today's engines and i think that we will see more connected car concepts. What are other people's predictions?

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pollution
FLYINGSCOT   6/27/2014 12:07:14 PM
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I sure hope that China leads the world in energy efficient new car design.  If they do not then the rest of the world might start to cough severely by 2050.

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Not vision, wild guess like gamblers
_hm   6/27/2014 9:22:17 PM
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I do not call this a vision. Vision has many more strong attributes to support it. This looks more like just wild guess akin to mnay of gambling industries.

 

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Re: Not vision, wild guess like gamblers
Hospice_Houngbo   6/28/2014 8:15:40 PM
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@_hm: China does have a great potential to becoming a major player in the auto industry by 2050 - that is in about 3 to 4 decades. I think that is doable.

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Re: nice but too far ahead in future
nimantha.d   6/29/2014 2:04:34 AM
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They won't take such a long time to find alternate sources of energy. My guess is, they will find alternate sources of energy and perfect them by the end of the 2020's. By the 2050's we will be mostly using sunlight and other renewable sources of energy that are more greener and cleaner.

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nimantha.d   6/29/2014 2:07:15 AM
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Maybe the design might not come from China but I am sure they will be the people to manufacture the design. There are a very few countries in the world that can compete with China's cost of labour. And by the 2050's they will be a superpower (they are still a great power) that everyone will turn in their direction whenever the world needs changing.

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Re: Not vision, wild guess like gamblers
nimantha.d   6/29/2014 2:09:26 AM
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I recently read in one of Bill Gates's tweets that China has used more cement in the past three years than USA has used in the entire 20th century and 21st century. These are mind blowing statistics. It also had references to certain other unbelievable facts.

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Re: Not vision, wild guess like gamblers
nimantha.d   6/29/2014 2:11:33 AM
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Why do you think that this is a bunch of wild guesses? I honestly think that there is something true here. China is dominating the world in every sphere possible and it will only be a matter of time before they play the forefront role in automobile industry.

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Re: Not vision, wild guess like gamblers
nimantha.d   6/29/2014 2:15:23 AM
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In the past 6 decades, China has become the dominant player in almost every field. i think this scenario is completely possible.

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Re: nice but too far ahead in future
Himanshugupta   6/29/2014 2:17:16 AM
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As far as finding the alternative source of energies is concerned then we are better of as we already have couple of them lined up but the big challenge is efficiency and storage. Right not these sources of energy cannot comptete with oil/gas due to many reason but soon that scenario will change.

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