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What would it be? We are choosing from current production models. Would it be a diesel, gas, electric, etc? Keep in mind the whole world is driving the same car, so you have to pick a car that would be applicable in all parts of the world. That means they have to have gas or electricity, etc. So, what would it be?
 

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Re: If The Whole World Drove The Same Car.... (Minker17)

That'll be one sad world. It'd have to be cheap, economical, reliable, practical, comfortable, and good on gas. Bugatti Veyron http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: If The Whole World Drove The Same Car.... (masa8888)

nice...

if you had to use it everywhere then i would go with a land rover TDI
(LWB)
Diesel, slow (safer), and easy to repair.
 

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Do you really see people in say India or China driving a fancy car like a Corolla? Certainly not many of them would. Obviously it would never happen, but it would come down to:
Focus
Golf
Corolla
in other words the three best selling cars. The United States would get around it by just buying Ford F150s and not bothering with cars!
 

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Now what if we made an average of what every person in the world owns as an "automobile" and then put that into an average current production model.... and I mean the entire world. I don't even know if that's enough to actually build an automobile.
And I mean something like this:
(added market value of all individually owned automobiles in the world) / (number of people in the world, roughly 6billion) = (MSRP of our "economy" car) ...
Anyone up for this?
 

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well except the vast majority of people don't own a car. And I would venture to guess that a large majority of cars on the roads are used. The US, Europe, Japan and a few other countries (Canada, Australia, NZ, etc) are major exceptions to the rest of the world in terms of cars.
 

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Re: (sidemaniac)

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it's be something busted like a fiat UNO or a south african Golf MK1, if not some kind of kei-car

FIAT Panda. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: If The Whole World Drove The Same Car.... (ATL_Av8r)


I stand by my previous post.
Decently equipped, affordable, pretty reliable, good-looking, good power, mild off-road ability, good on gas, roomy, and functional.
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Re: If The Whole World Drove The Same Car.... (boi retro)

fiat punto diesel (well, i know there's small engined gas ones, is diesel available?)
 

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Re: If The Whole World Drove The Same Car.... (axe)

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I stand by my previous post.
Decently equipped, affordable, pretty reliable, good-looking, good power, mild off-road ability, good on gas, roomy, and functional.
http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif

fiat panda is king!
When I was in Europe in June, I fell in love with an Italian Cutie. Uber practical. Roomy, comfortable, All wheel drive, cheap, economical & fun to drive. can't beat it.
 
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