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Why does an Audi Q7 cost 35 lakh rupees in the USA and 75 lakh rupees in India? Can we just buy an Audi in the USA and ship it to India?

The import duty is 125%, so your cost becomes ,INR 35,00,000 + 125% = INR 78,75,000 Now if you want to ship a car, you would be paying for shipping costs, any insurance related to shipping the car, and any duties associated with shipping a car by boat. Furthermore, USA has Left Hand driven cars, which are banned in India, so you have to get it converted to Right Hand driven first too. I believe all of this would cost you somewhere around 85 lakhs, not to mention all the hassles you’ll be going through. Thus Audi India is giving you a sweet deal at 75 lakhs. Source:, Researched about it a few months back when I wondered the same thing about Mustang GT Fastback which in ,US costs $35k(22.5 lakhs,) ex-showroom while the same in, India costs a whopping INR 66.3 lakhs. A beauty, isn’t she? Edit: ,You must be wondering why has Government of India set the Import duty so exorbitantly high. This is to promote car manufacturing in India, so as to create employment in India and to protect the companies who have set up plants in India. That being said the price doesn’t come down drastically even after a plant has been set up here as most of the parts have to be imported(parts are taxed too, just the percentage is lower) then assembled in India.

How come German car manufacturers don't also try producing reliable and cheap econboxes like Honda/Toyota/Mazda rather than just producing expensive luxury cars?

I suspect you may be from the USA. From Quora questions it appears that in the USA Mercedes, BMW and Audi do not sell their small car models there. BMW 1 series Audi A1 Mercedes A class Now these are not cheap and cheerful, but they are small cars with a “quality” image. The cheapest models come with small diesel or petrol engines, manual transmission and limited equipment. The Audi in the UK starts at around £18,000 ($21,000). It may be that in the USA these makers do not want to dilute their “Premium” image, or more likely these are too small to appeal to US buyers, however they are fairly popular in other parts of the world and offer alternatives to Fords, Renaults, Peugeots, VWs, Skodas and so on.

Why are electric cars so expensive even though they have fewer moving parts?

Firstly - they AREN’T expensive. The average cost of a new car in the USA in 2021 is: $42,258 The cost of a Tesla Model 3 is $39,990…and you get a $4,500 federal tax credit. A typical EV will save you about $150 per month if you’re an average US motorist - which means that a $40,000 Tesla costs you about the same per month as a $30,000 gas car. Although the Model 3 is Tesla’s cheapest car - it’s comparable to a decent BMW or Audi in features, performance, comfort and quality. But, yeah - they are a LOT simpler than a gasoline car - so you’d think they’d be cheaper. One word: BATTERIES. My Tesla Model 3 has about 4,000 individual batteries (technically “cells”) - each of which looks like an oversized AA battery… Each battery has monitoring and cooling/heating channels around it - so the price is significant. If you look around online for the price of a AA rechargeable “Lion” battery you’ll see that they cost around $3. Multiply by 4,000 and you’d be looking $12,000 for the battery pack alone - without all of the cooling and monitoring electronics.…I think Tesla makes a battery pack for about $10,000. When you consider the cost of an engine for (for example) an Acrua - it’ll cost you between $2,500 and $4,500…a transmission costs $1,800 to $3,400. So the battery pack is probably twice the price of an engine and transmission - and you still need a big-assed electric motor, control electronics and a gizmo called an “inverter” which turns the DC power from the batteries into the AC power that the motor needs. However, a typical engine and transmission will crap out at around 150,000 to 200,000 miles. An electric motor should easily last a million miles - and it’s looking like Tesla battery packs are still working pretty well after 500,000 miles.

Is there any downside to living in Canada? I often hear that living in Canada is like living in kinder and gentler paradise.

I checked out the other answers before I decided if I would have anything meaningful to add. A number of answers damn Canada with faint praise. Someone who felt they would have a “safer” life in Canada complained about the high cost of living, much higher than their home country of Saudi Arabia. Another answer compared Canada to the USA and Canada came up short in cost of living and salaries. I looked up the gross monthly income per capita with comparisons to cost of living and purchasing power. Canada and the USA have the same cost of living, so between home ownership or rent, utilities and food, our costs are the same. However, because Canada has a lower gross monthly income than the USA, our purchasing power is 71 per cent of the USA’s. That clearly means we can’t buy the Porsche but can afford an Audi or BMW. Canadians also can’t afford to live in McMansions, and I dare say, we don’t need to. Home ownership is affordable in all provinces but our high density cities of Toronto and Vancouver have significantly higher housing costs. Saudi Arabia has a lower cost of living but also a lower gross monthly income income which give the citizens only 50 per cent of the purchasing power of the USA. So, if you want to earn a lot of money to buy expensive homes, cars etc., you should pick the USA, Luxembourg or Qatar. Those are the countries with the highest per capita incomes and purchasing power. I believe the question was is Canada a kinder and gentler paradise. I am Canadian and have lived in my safe, kind and generous paradise all of my life. I don’t need to earn more money because I live in a country that values all of our citizens, from the less fortunate to the wealthy. I won’t go on about universal healthcare other than to say, no one in Canada needs to think twice about seeking treatment for the coronavirus. It is our right to be cared for by our healthcare professionals. We pay taxes for that right. I also have a good life. We own our own home, take several trips a year and drive our sensible Toyota Corolla. My husband and I are both retired and invested wisely. Even if we had not, we would still be receiving monthly income from the Canada Pension Plan. That is also something we paid into throughout our working lives. Once we turn 65, we will also receive a monthly payment from the OAS, the old age security fund. That is available to all Canadian retirees whether they worked or not. I haven’t visited the USA in years because of the high death rate from guns. I can’t risk my life like that. Canada is a vast country touching three oceans, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic. When I want to take a trip to another part of paradise, I can go east, west or north and I will be welcomed by friendly Canadians. This is paradise if you know what type of paradise you are looking for.

Why are Volvos in Sweden for the masses but in the USA, it's a car for wealthy people?

Volvo has always been “the Swedish brand” of car, and mechanics trained on them, parts were only a phone call away, and they reflected the needs of living in Sweden. I feel they also do this today. They are great winter cars, among the safest, and comfortable on those long rides. Like other European brands, they became luxury cars in the US through high American import taxation, which also suddenly saw humble taxi cab grade sedans like the Peugeot 505 and the Mercedes 240 Diesel make its entry in the US market as “luxury cars”. The high build quality and perceived precision of these cars anyone who has driven an American car with their flimsy interiors and sloppy handling and road handling would appreciate pretty quickly bolstered the premium image. I remember looking on in disbelief as a little boy how people in the US proudly posed with cars we in Germany considered dirty little taxis, while they could have been driving twinkling Cadillacs or Lincolns for the same price or less. It’s also the story of Volvo. Besides, Volvos are available in Sweden at trim levels and with engine sizes that don’t get marketed in the US, making it easier to afford these cars. Having said that, “the people” are beginning to flock to other brands these days as Volvos are beginning to be viewed as exceptionally expensive to service. A good number of typical Volvo people, like my university colleagues and myself, have wandered off to buy Toyotas or Hyundais or KIAs because their service contracts are simply so much more affordable. At the university parking lot, you also see a lot more VW or Audi than Volvo these days: It’s more the old car crowd that now goes for Volvos, especially the beefy and durable models, like 740 and 940: Classic Volvos also have a firm part in Swedish car life: That last one is in Norway though, where it’s a similar situation. Only that in Norway, you really need to have an electric model to compete in the market, which took Volvo a while to come up with. And its price doesn’t currently make it a “people’s car”.

As a military veteran, what is the hardest thing to do when assimilating back into civilian life?

The lack of purpose and the boredom. When was the last time you said HELL YEAH? I used to say it all the time. I jumped out of airplanes and helicopters. There are people who will never even get close to a real helicopter, much less jump out of one from 1000 ft. I kicked in doors, blew things up and got to play with weapons, optics and communication devices that are the stuff you see in movies. I learned how to save a life beyond dislodging a clump of food from some fat slob’s gullet. I learned to treat real trauma. I got to go places. Europe, Asia, The Middle East, the many corners of the USA, the Caribbean; I went there, and got to do more than just be a tourist. I got to be a part of their world, and hopefully left a good impression and a positive impact. Either way, I grew because of it. I was part of a brotherhood. The people who shared my profession go back a long way. I am associated with names like Audy Murphey, Alvin York, George Patton and George Washington. But it gets bigger than that. Chesty Puller, Bull Halsey, Chuck Yeager, Neil Armstrong and many more who wear the label, hero, are among my brothers and sisters. But it goes back further. I was a warrior. Sitting Bull, Leonidas, Napoleon and the men that were their companions are a part of my heritage. An entire genre of movies is centered around my former profession. And many others borrow from my profession to fill out there own. Science fiction imagines the future, romance uses men and women of my kind, comedy satirizes us. We watch the news because we are often the ones who make it. When 9/11 happened, it was more than a tragedy, it was letting me know that I was about to be called out. It impacted me directly. The people I met were from everywhere and everything. I met citizens of all 50 states, territories I didn't know we had and from every continent. I met people dreaming of becoming citizens. And they were more than friends. They were colleagues, family and something more. I met people from Compton and Maine. Kinshasa and Moscow. I went to war, and all the things that go on in war, went on. There's nothing in civilian life that compares. I ran with carnivorous predators. I am a carnivore. Now I'm out in the herd, walking among bovines and sheep. I used to be pushed to the edge of my physical, emotional and cognitive limits. Now, it's just my patience that gets tested.

Why did Volkswagen launch the ill-fated Phaeton in the USA a few years ago when experts told them it was a dud?

Introducing a top luxury car is a way to upscale a whole brand. In Europe, the brand Volkswagen is somewhere in the middle between the other big volume brands of the group. Audi ranks higher, Seat and Skoda rank lower. So, in Europe a VW Golf is not a cheap hatchback made in Mexico, but rather a quality product, made in Germany, and more expensive than Toyota. When Ferdinand Piech became CEO of Audi in 1988 (he had been in the Audi top management before), he began to uplift the brand Audi. In the 1970’s Audi had been a competitor to medum priced brands like Opel and Ford, and Piech wanted to get into the field of BMW and Mercedes. He did that by introducing things like rust-free zinc anodized bodies, Quattro all wheel drive, revolutionary aerodynamics and expensive models like the Audi V8. In 1993 Piech became CEO of the whole Volkswagen group, which included the Volkswagen brand. During that time, VW lost money. One decision was to move the whole group towards more expensive and more valuable products. This goal became visible in many details. As a first step, Piech orderd the VW designers to make the VW logos bigger. He introduced new body styles with a reduced distance between the body parts. This is a mid ’80s VW Golf - look at the gaps between doors and fenders and how small the logo is made This is a VW 1997 Golf - look at the big logo and at the accurate fitting of the doors. Disclaimer: I do not want to say that the quality of VW cars was dramatically improved - but they apperared to be made more accurately, more expensive, more desireable. The VW Phaeton was a prestige project, initiated and driven personally by Piech. Before the Phaeton, a VW Passat used to be a car for people who are too poor to buy a Mercedes. After the Phaeton a Passat appered to be as a small Phaeton. In 2001 Volkswagen even launched the VW Passat W8, a Passat with 8 cylinder engine and all wheel drive. Piech had been successful with uplifting Audi, so he tried to be successful again with uplifting VW. I think, that was the reason for also selling the Phaeton in the U.S.

Has Apple already lost the market for self driving cars?

Not at all. It's late to the market, but it's unclear what it's intending its car to be at present. There are a few good bets: Electric Designed beautifully and seamlessly Seamless Apple ecosystem integration Some degree of autonomy TBD Given that Delphi -- an automotive parts manufacturer and supplier -- retrofitted an off-the-lot Audi with full autonomous driving features and drove it across the USA earlier this year 99% under computer control, buying autonomous features isn't that difficult and certainly won't be in the future.

How do they make sushi safe to eat?

Raw fish is the subject of many fears, especially in America. Americans often speak of that as if the natural condition of a fish is “full of parasites” and “diseased”. Thing is, there’s a lot of healthy, parasite-free fish, and it’s mostly those that make it to market. Freezing the fish is the prominent method chosen in the USA. Many others consider this is pretty much killing a fly with a bazooka and that freezing should be done more selectively, but the FDA is infamous for erring on the side of safety at the expense of gastronomy. Of course as there is no strong tradition of serving fish raw among Anglo-saxons, so there’s a lack of expertise /body of knowledge on the matter in the fish industry (more is known about species of fish from Japan than about many species from the coast of America), so maybe frozen fish is for the best. In many other areas freezing is done prominently for the big and very valuable fish like tuna, bonito, hamachi etc. by flash freezing them on the boat. Bringing back the fish to port in iced water at dawn is more common. Spiking the spine to paralyze the fish instead of killing it, thereby delaying the start of production of amino-acids that will make the fish decay is another (high end) method used in Japan to avoid having to freeze the fish that’s to be sold as sashimi. It is used notably for the very expensive madai/tai. The demand is rising abroad for spiked fish by the high end sushi bars. They are flown on ice from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market, but not frozen. Some very valuable fish gets shipped and sold alive to the end customers (expensive sushi or kaiseki restaurants) in special containers. Flash freezing of the big fish like tuna is done less to kill parasites, but more so because unlike most fishing boats those boats don’t return to port each day, and the tuna need to be brought as fresh as possible to Tsukiji market where they are sold to the highest bidder. It happens to kill possible parasites as well. It’s mostly the tuna belly it makes fully safe to eat, as the maguro parts are not very affected by parasites or bacteria. Most fish eaten as sashimi in Japan is never frozen. It’s just really fresh (when it is bought.. sushi chefs then often age the fish for a few days, past the point of rigor mortis and at the peak of flavour from amino-acids. It can go to around 14 days for the bigger fish tuna down to just a few hours for small fish). It is also inspected by knowledgeable people at market for parasites, and fish the Japanese choose to eat raw are from species not prone to diseases or parasites (which is why they’ve long avoided salmon sashimi, until high quality farmed salmon that never lives in rivers made them fairly safe). Fish are also often cured in one or more of salt/kombu/vinegar, which helps getting rid of some surface bacteria (like those common to the outer skin of the mackerel family).

Why are the female characters in video games so sexualized?

Because we sexualize them. Sexualization as the beauty is in the eyes of the Beholder. I remember to see an American friend complaining about Brazilian girls with small shorts going to school and how Brazilian boys dont think in naught stuff all the time with so much attractive girls. When I talked about the nudist beach's she talked like she will be crazy to grab peoples genitalia. (Picture of Brazilians school girls protesting against a politician who wanted to change their uniforms.) First is a place that makes 100 degrees at summer and poor schools dont have air conditioner. Heatstroke is a problem like frostbite is in Canada. Second has much less sexual repression and objectification, most people don’t sexualize this picture. Third the boys are used to see girls dressing like that everyday. But dont matter to us. To my friend, those girls are sexualized in her eyes. She sexualize them. The problem is that Japanese sexualize and objectify women much less than USA. The whole Japanese “machismo” is a thing from before the second war and things changed around there. (This is a common image used as example of sexualization in games. In Japan this character is not sexualized in the game or has an idealized body, is pretty much the average body of young Japanese girls.) This is a common Most of the characters people complain to be sexualized arent sexualized at all to the Japanese. Principally when there was the ridiculous complains about the beauty standard of the skinny girls in Korean and Japanese games were the absolute majority of the population is skinny and obesity is extremely rare. (Japanese diet advertisement. The freaking Fat girls are skinnier than Average Americans. ) When Japanese and Korean want to sexualize a character they dont show legs and belly buttons they go full Erotica. (Also skinny is not idealized in Japan. Curves and boobs are.) Also, where the heck this thing about sexualized game characters BS come from. We dont see any sexualized main characters in any western game since 2008 tomb raider underworld. If you call that sexualized. Very few video game characters were really sexualised like Bayoneta and Morrigan. And that is part of the characters. The last example is not from Games, but from films. People are complaining that the mechanical body of the character Batle angel Alita is too sexualized, the body is too idealized and she has a waist too thin. I dont have arguments here because I dont understand how is possible to sexualize this body. But people are sexualizing so much that they are bothered by it. And I ask my self, if this is sexualized how would be possible to not sexualize? 1927 Marie from Metropolis has more sexual traits and nobody complained. Not even children scape modern hypersexualization. There was a time when Americans could look at this image and just see a cute advertisement of a health snack. Today Americans sexualize children so much that they cant see toddler holding a banana without thinking about sex. This Audi advertisement was Banned because people was disturbed that the girl was too serialized. People sexualize everything, videogame will not be different.

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