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德國的新能源汽車市場結構與中國類似。2018年8月,統計數據顯示,過去兩年德國消費者申請補貼共75338輛,其中純電動汽車45493輛,佔比60.four%。混合動力汽車29827輛,佔比39.6%。燃料電池汽車18輛,佔比0.2%。個人申請量約佔一半。2019年上半年,中國新能源汽車銷量61.7萬輛,其中純電動汽車銷量49.0萬輛,佔比79.four%。插電式混合動力汽車銷量12.6萬輛,佔比20.four%;燃料電池汽車銷量1102輛,佔比0.2%。2017年中國新能源汽車私人購買41萬輛,佔總量近57%。在中國新能源乘用車領域看,私人消費佔比提至78%。在德國新能源汽車市場,前十大新能源車銷售品牌分別為:寶馬、大眾、good、雷諾、奧迪、streetscooter、奔馳、起亞、三菱、尼桑。德國本土品牌佔6個,亞洲品牌3個,德國新能源汽車的國際化程度比中國市場更高。 R8 four.2FSI 5.2FSI(已進口)V12 TDI(未引進)2007年上市,5.2 V10版2009年上市。中置四驅,與蘭博基尼Gallardo同平台,定位略低Gallardo。外形拉風,駕駛簡單,奧迪對它的定位是可以開著上班的超跑。當然要講性能,5.2 V10可能更合適。R8對于奧迪最大的意義不是開發了一款車,而是對奧迪品牌形象的豐富和提升。 雖說 Thor 的展示目的是為了展示 Airbus 的技術為主,但這也證明了不同的製造業都將會因為 3D 打印技術而更進步和減少浪費(成本!)。而 Airbus 已經計劃會在 2020 年時,如果能順利以 3D 打印技術製作全尺寸汽車的話,就會以同樣技術製作 Ariane 6 火箭,以大幅降低成本。<br /><br />從2025年起,僅大眾汽車集團在歐洲的電池需求就將超過150Gwh。該公司到2023年之前將在電動汽車領域投資300億歐元,在未來10年推出近70款電動汽車,預計未來10年生產約2200萬輛電動汽車。 根據全新超級賣家折扣結構 (亦已於 7 月宣布),只有 eBay 高度評價賣家才可獲得 20% 的賣家費用折扣,所有其他超級賣家可享 5% 的折扣。 1 道瓊工業平均指數下跌623.34點或2.37%收2萬5628.9點;史坦普500指數下跌75.84點或2.fifty nine%收2847.11點,那斯達克綜合指數下跌239.62點或3percent收7751.77點。單日跌幅讓道指在8月下跌超過4%。<br />Dkw前輪驅動的汽車(設計規格為f2,4,5,7和8)有兩個等級:reichsklasse”(600cc發動機,18馬力)和meisterklasse” (700cc 發動機 ,20 馬力 )。漂亮的鋼體敞篷汽車名叫front luxus”。dkw front車型一直是德國最受歡迎的、最暢銷的汽車。在20世紀30年代,這種車型的汽車售出25萬輛。前輪驅動使其佔據領先地位。 [https://forcegmbh24.cn/ 原始汽車零件目錄] ,三汽缸發動機、28 馬力 和鋼板車體,在berlin-spandau 和茨維考生產。此款車原計畫在1940年投入生產,但由于二戰的爆發,計畫未能實現。<br />2002年,奧迪家族史上又喜添舊丁”:奧迪 type p型車重新面世。這款車首次于1931年投產。二十世紀二十年代,奧迪是大功率豪華轎車的代表。為了擺脫世界 經濟危機 ,公司也開始嘗試生產小型轎車,奧迪 sort p型車由此誕生。該款轎車結合了dkw four=8發動機(意為'具有八缸效力的四缸機')與 標致 peugeot30馬力4缸發動機。但是,經濟蕭條阻止了這款轎車取得市場成功。該款奧迪type p型車共生產了327輛。後來在德國路德維希堡(ludwigsburg)人們發現了這款久被遺忘的汽車。
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A new opportunity has emerged on your business radar, and it could propel your business at a captivating and profitable direction. It could be a new product or service line, a group of untapped consumers or perhaps -- keep your voice down today -- a potential merger with a smaller competitor.<br /><br />Before you get too far ahead of yourself, you know that it's smart to thoroughly vet this opportunity by commissioning a market study report. At a certain point -- probably after your staff has finished gathering the necessary quantitative and qualitative information -- you must set out your expectations for the written document. How you approach this task ought to get their blood pumping, too.<br /><br />Issue Three Dictates<br />If your marketing team is new to the task, they're probably going to enjoy your top three directives:<br /><br />Tell a story. Tell a visual story, with plenty of graphs and graphs. Keep it short.<br />They might not believe they heard you ; after all, you did say you want a market study report, didn't you? And are not most reports , voluminous and sometimes dull products?<br /><br />Inform them make no mistake: you anticipate a thorough effort that assesses each angle of the new business prospect. You want the report, as they say, to&quot;see around corners&quot; However, there are valid reasons that push your directives.<br /><br />Tell a Story<br />The most compelling [http://marketresearchbase.com market research] reports pivot on a story -- about why this new service or product line holds such promise, why that set of untapped consumers may benefit from your offerings or why that merger could be a wise investment.<br /><br />Like all good stories, this one may start with an anecdote or focus on one person -- the&quot;main character&quot; -- who could serve as your perfect customer. Telling the story of your research through her or his eyes, and with lots of lively quotes, should flow into how pursuing this new chance would advance your business goals. This is a essential part of the narrative, also, since the opportunity wouldn't even be worth considering if it did not conform with your business strategy.<br /><br />Now, you might wish to talk to your staff the experience of a renowned manufacturer of a men's fragrance that was ready to embark on a marketing campaign -- targeted to men. Then the market study demonstrated that women, not men, make the majority of these buys, and the finding changed the effort. Now there was an entirely different story to tell because the main characters shifted to girls -- who they are, what they do for a living, when they purchase men's scents and how they persuade the men in their own lives to acquiesce to wearing a fragrance from the first place.<br /><br /><br />Tell a Visual Story<br />As much of this quantitative data as possible should be consigned to charts and graphs on the market research report, not the actual content that is written. Amounts are easier to read, and evaluate, when they are displayed in a chart instead of tucked into a dense paragraph, in which the reader can struggle to translate their meaning.<br /><br />This point underscores the following fact about market study reports: you may think that it's being written to your own benefit and that of your employees. And for now, it could be. Your audience may also include your enterprise attorney and accountant. But some day, if it's appropriate, fresh stakeholders may browse the report, too, and charts and graphs will make it much easier for them to digest.<br /><br />Obviously, you may always overdo a good thing. Only relevant graphs and charts -- or the ones that advance the basic story -- should be contained in the body of this industry research report. Ancillary data ought to be relegated to the appendix -- that document repository which arrives at the end of a document.<br /><br />Keep it Short <br />By focusing on a compelling story and relying on artwork, your staff should find it a lot easier to address your third cardinal rule. They ought to be aware you will judge the value of the campaign because of its quality, not the range of pages. (It's up to you if you would like to inform them that lots of market research reports run from between 10 and 50 pages.) <br /><br />Use bullet points when they can. * Read each other's job and&quot;peer edit&quot; for clarity and concision.<br /><br />Challenge each paragraph to the relevancy test. To put it differently, if a paragraph does not progress the fundamental story, strike it.<br /><br />You may hesitate to call it an&quot;outline,&quot; but you need to communicate to your staff that the real worth of their report will ride on its own organization. In the end, they might decide this format -- rather than a newspaper report -- would be the best one for their own findings.<br /><br />As liberating as this may be, many market research reports hew to convention, and requirement, by adding:<br /><br /><br /> A section on the study objectives. A section on the study methods. An executive summary. Detailed findings and, possibly, the consequences. Told in a lively manner, the intriguing finish ought to get everyone's blood pumping.

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A new opportunity has emerged on your business radar, and it could propel your business at a captivating and profitable direction. It could be a new product or service line, a group of untapped consumers or perhaps -- keep your voice down today -- a potential merger with a smaller competitor.

Before you get too far ahead of yourself, you know that it's smart to thoroughly vet this opportunity by commissioning a market study report. At a certain point -- probably after your staff has finished gathering the necessary quantitative and qualitative information -- you must set out your expectations for the written document. How you approach this task ought to get their blood pumping, too.

Issue Three Dictates
If your marketing team is new to the task, they're probably going to enjoy your top three directives:

Tell a story. Tell a visual story, with plenty of graphs and graphs. Keep it short.
They might not believe they heard you ; after all, you did say you want a market study report, didn't you? And are not most reports , voluminous and sometimes dull products?

Inform them make no mistake: you anticipate a thorough effort that assesses each angle of the new business prospect. You want the report, as they say, to"see around corners" However, there are valid reasons that push your directives.

Tell a Story
The most compelling market research reports pivot on a story -- about why this new service or product line holds such promise, why that set of untapped consumers may benefit from your offerings or why that merger could be a wise investment.

Like all good stories, this one may start with an anecdote or focus on one person -- the"main character" -- who could serve as your perfect customer. Telling the story of your research through her or his eyes, and with lots of lively quotes, should flow into how pursuing this new chance would advance your business goals. This is a essential part of the narrative, also, since the opportunity wouldn't even be worth considering if it did not conform with your business strategy.

Now, you might wish to talk to your staff the experience of a renowned manufacturer of a men's fragrance that was ready to embark on a marketing campaign -- targeted to men. Then the market study demonstrated that women, not men, make the majority of these buys, and the finding changed the effort. Now there was an entirely different story to tell because the main characters shifted to girls -- who they are, what they do for a living, when they purchase men's scents and how they persuade the men in their own lives to acquiesce to wearing a fragrance from the first place.


Tell a Visual Story
As much of this quantitative data as possible should be consigned to charts and graphs on the market research report, not the actual content that is written. Amounts are easier to read, and evaluate, when they are displayed in a chart instead of tucked into a dense paragraph, in which the reader can struggle to translate their meaning.

This point underscores the following fact about market study reports: you may think that it's being written to your own benefit and that of your employees. And for now, it could be. Your audience may also include your enterprise attorney and accountant. But some day, if it's appropriate, fresh stakeholders may browse the report, too, and charts and graphs will make it much easier for them to digest.

Obviously, you may always overdo a good thing. Only relevant graphs and charts -- or the ones that advance the basic story -- should be contained in the body of this industry research report. Ancillary data ought to be relegated to the appendix -- that document repository which arrives at the end of a document.

Keep it Short
By focusing on a compelling story and relying on artwork, your staff should find it a lot easier to address your third cardinal rule. They ought to be aware you will judge the value of the campaign because of its quality, not the range of pages. (It's up to you if you would like to inform them that lots of market research reports run from between 10 and 50 pages.)

Use bullet points when they can. * Read each other's job and"peer edit" for clarity and concision.

Challenge each paragraph to the relevancy test. To put it differently, if a paragraph does not progress the fundamental story, strike it.

You may hesitate to call it an"outline," but you need to communicate to your staff that the real worth of their report will ride on its own organization. In the end, they might decide this format -- rather than a newspaper report -- would be the best one for their own findings.

As liberating as this may be, many market research reports hew to convention, and requirement, by adding:


A section on the study objectives. A section on the study methods. An executive summary. Detailed findings and, possibly, the consequences. Told in a lively manner, the intriguing finish ought to get everyone's blood pumping.