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Russia's largest carmaker, Avtovaz, has come up with a $3.7 billion investment strategy over this decade. On Thursday the struggling car giant expects to receive the government's go ahead.
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The automobile industry of 20th century is dead, hail to new technocratic 21. century !!!
Automobile industry is far away from beeing depleted or finished !
We are at the doorstep of new technologic breakthrues and revolutions in 21. century...So allso automobile technology and production will change so dramaticaly that you can`t even imagine !!!
I realy think that future cars with: supercomputers, sensors, cameras, lasers, radars, optoelectronic devices, automatic satelite navigation systems with autopilot, multimedia communication devices and free internet acces via satelite, 4G or Wi-Fi signal...with modular construction and special smart materials with nanotechnology (so you could park your own car on the smallest parking space posible...or take your car with you in your backpack... :-) ) and cars with ethernal energy like mini nuclear-fusion reactors...
I think that this kind off project will not be fantasy or joke anymore in the future.
Remembe r the Dr. Kaku words about future: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=KxU-Hm8dW jE
My point is that Russian automobile industry is not something you should ged rid of it and destroy it...but something you should develop day by day and invest money in it !
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