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"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2022". Summer car tires: preferences of car owners (fourth wave)

"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2022". Summer car tires: preferences of car owners (fourth wave)

Exit date 27.05.2022

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"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS" is an annual project of the analytical agency "AUTOSTAT", which is a survey of car owners according to a certain methodology and makes it possible to compare assessment indicators over time.

In the spring of 2022 (in addition to the annual autumn wave), the fourth spring wave of the project will be released, which is aimed at identifying consumer preferences in the purchase and operation of summer tires.

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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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Hyundai does not intend to abandon the internal combustion engines


The Korean automaker Hyundai Motor is not going to retrain completely as a manufacturer of environmentally friendly cars, despite the upcoming changes in the car markets and the refusal of other companies to work on internal combustion engines. According to executive technical consultant Albert Biermann, some countries are simply not ready for an electric future, and Hyundai as a global company cannot ignore this fact.

According to the portal Motor.ru, it is possible that Hyundai will not only continue to upgrade the existing line of internal combustion engines, adjusting it to new environmental standards, such as the upcoming Euro-7 standard. It is possible that completely new internal combustion engines will appear in the company's arsenal, but the top manager has not given a clear confirmation of this yet.

As for Euro-7, in a number of countries it may come into force as early as 2025. The final version of the standard regulating the content of harmful substances in exhaust gases is not ready yet. However, it is clear that the adoption of a stricter norm will entail the additional costs for both manufacturers and car buyers, as it will affect the cost of cars.

A year ago, it was reported that by 2030, 30% of global sales of Hyundai, Kia and Genesis will be zero-emission vehicles, and by 2045 the group will achieve full CO2 neutrality. In the next eight years, Hyundai plans to invest $16.54 billion in electrification in Korea.

27.09.22 AUTOSTAT
Source: www.autostat.ru