I can understand that a car is a bit of a complicated beast, but let’s take a look at how we currently live with our cars.
We use our cars as taxis, get on and off the bus, go on public transport, drive the kids to school and so on.
Most of us use our car for all of these activities.
But how much does our car cost?
Well, according to a report published by the National Centre for Science Research, the cost of an average vehicle in India was ₹3,800 in 2018.
This means that if a family was to spend ₼20,000 a year on a vehicle, that would mean they would end up with around ₲4,800 worth of cars.
It is important to realise that the actual cost of a car does not reflect its real value, because it is only a fraction of the value of the car.
So let’s look at some examples of real cost and how it can be improved.
A car that can go from zero to 60 kmph in three hours (India’s average speed) is around ⅓ of its cost.
A petrol car, which can go 100 kmph and be returned within two hours, is ⅔ of its price.
An air conditioner, which is only around ℏ of its value, is around 15% of its costs.
The real cost of the vehicle is about ₂1,000.
In the same time frame, a bus that costs 2,000 to ride and costs ℓ of the bus journey time would cost ₤3,000, while an ordinary bus is ₄3,500.
In comparison, an electric car is ℔ of the cost, but can run for around ⃚ hours (the time it takes to recharge an average battery).
A car for each of us would cost around ₪3,300 to rent, which would be equivalent to ₽ 2,000 per person.
This is a huge cost for a single person, but it also shows that our cars are not all that valuable.
The reality of the matter is that our car is only worth ₅3,600 in a given year, compared to ₪4,300 in a conventional car.
As you can see, we live in a highly competitive and highly competitive world.
As a result, cars are only used as a last resort for most of us, and that means that they are not used to the full potential of our lives.
This reality makes it difficult for a company to realise a full and complete vehicle.
The average cost of every car in India has grown to ⅒ a quarter of its real cost, according the National Center for Science Review.
So what does a car manufacturer need to do to improve the performance of their cars?
The first step is to find a way to improve their quality of life.
This could be through better fuel efficiency, better maintenance and improved efficiency.
The first step in improving a car’s performance is to reduce the cost.
As per the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the average cost per kilometre of a petrol vehicle in 2020 was Ⅳ Rs. 1,958.
The NBS also reported that the cost per mile for an electric vehicle was ₪1,094, which equates to a cost of ₀ 2,500 per kilometer.
The difference between these figures is the fuel cost, which varies depending on how much fuel is consumed.
A gas-powered car requires a daily petrol consumption of around ⍰2.7 litres, which equals to around ⋂ 20 litres of fuel.
The same car requires around 12 litres of petrol to operate, which means that the average petrol consumption per kilomete of the electric car would be ₔ 1,100 litres.
There is also a benefit to using cheaper fuel.
According to the NBS, the average fuel consumption per mile of an electric motorcycle was ⇒ 2.4 litres, and the average motorist consumes ⇓ 3 litres of gas per kilometm.
The NBS further reported that in 2019, petrol consumed in India is ⇑ ₆ 5.6 litres, diesel ⇏ ₘ 4.5 litres and jet fuel ⇦ ₩ 2 litres.
The prices of these fuels are rising in the market.
The price of diesel is rising, and so is the price of jet fuel.
In a country like India, where a lot of people drive electric vehicles, the increase in price of petrol and diesel is likely to continue for some time.
So, to ensure that the car has the best possible performance, manufacturers need to focus on reducing the cost and increasing the fuel efficiency.
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