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Ausgebremst: Der Überlebenskampf der Autobauer, Documentary, 2018 IMDB

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robi DE

2019-11-14 20:03

Documentary about a more serious subject: The ability of old car makers to meet the changing demands of the customers in the future.

Gamer DE

2019-11-14 20:04

This sounds like something for jfs and/or ingo...

Ingo DE

2019-11-14 21:47

Gamer wrote This sounds like something for jfs and/or ingo...

No, for a classic car enthusiast there's no irrelevanter question, than if the maker of the own car is still existing.
We don't need them.

It's 27 1/2 years ago, that I made the last official order for a K 70 part at a VW dealer.

dsl SX

2019-11-14 21:52

Ingo wrote It's 27 1/2 years ago, that I made the last official order for a K 70 part at a VW dealer.

... and it still has not arrived??

Ingo DE

2019-11-14 21:58

dsl wrote ... and it still has not arrived??

no, that part -a windscreen rubber- I got indeed. The very last original one.

But the repro-project for windscreen rubbers lasted indeed about 25 years...

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-14 23:06

The ability of any car manufacturer to keep up with the changing times is vested entirely with the manufacturer. Among the oldest of car firms is Peugeot, still out there, still popular and still selling. I don’t have any particular liking for their designs or their philosophy, but I do have immense respect for their ability to keep up with the changing times. I suppose I could spend the rest of the day burbling on about why Company A survives or why Company B has gone, and I am certain that there would be multiple reasons to cite.

All you have to do is compare let’s say Ford with let’s say Studebaker or Lea Francis or Squire.

You don’t need me to say any more, do you?

Ingo DE

2019-11-14 23:49

@jfs: well, the reasons, why one company survives for decades, even centuries and other companies are dying after some months, are not really many and also quite simple.

a) offering products, the customers aren't
interested in.

b) uneconomical structures. No ability to
calculate the prices, that you earn money

c) incapable owners/employees

d) outside effects as war, defect

All other reasons are variations of those four.

-- Last edit: 2019-11-14 23:56:14

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