In the future we will have cars, which are powered by wind. Some of these cars will be hybrids or combination propelled vehicles where wind will be one of the components and indeed there may even be pure wind-powered vehicles at a later date, as the technology gets better. But how can we mass-produce these wind-powered vehicles of the future using current manufacturing technologies of today?
Well as far as manufacturing these vehicles professionally, this is not so difficult as it might seem. I believe a modern Seadoo factory, semi robotic assisted would suffice. Of course to have production rates this high, means you need massive amounts of buyers too so before you start you must consider the order numbers. So, provided the sales teams and promotional teams could enlighten the masses and spark intrigue this could be done on a large scale. As a marketer myself this does not seem so difficult and as long a gasoline prices continue to be $3.00 and over you can bet that people would want to look into the wind-powered cars.
There are of course other issues as well such as the price of the cars must be within reason for the average consumer and the fuel savings of the assisted wind-powered cars or partial wind-powered hybrid vehicles would need to be significant to make it all worth while for the buyers. And this comes way before the manufacturing considerations even though we need to know our costs to produce them prior to figuring out what we can sell them for. Consider all this in 2006.
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