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2009 | 4(10) | 39-51
Article title

Nowy globalny przemysł motoryzacyjny

Content
Title variants
EN
A New Global Automotive Industry
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
W ciągu najbliższych dziesięcioleci w globalnym sektorze motoryzacyjnym nastąpią przełomowe zmiany. Ogromnie wzrośnie liczba użytkowników samochodów, najwięcej w krajach rozwijających się, przede wszystkim w Chinach i w Indiach. Powstają tam także nowe fabryki i przenosi się produkcję z Europy i Stanów Zjednoczonych. Prawdopodobnie przewagę na rynku uzyskają samochody zasilane prądem elektrycznym. Przyczyni się do tego rosnące zaniepokojenie zanieczyszczeniem środowiska i kurczeniem się zasobów ropy naftowej oraz skonstruowanie znacznie lepszych akumulatorów. Znaczna część spodziewanych zmian technologicznych zajdzie poza tradycyjnym sektorem motoryzacyjnym wraz z wejściem na rynek produktów takich jak superwydajne baterie, kondensatory i akumulatory nowej generacji. Koszty eksploatacji samochodów elektrycznych będą znacznie niższe niż tradycyjnych. Przemiany na rynku motoryzacyjnym powinny uzyskać wsparcie władz chińskich i indyjskich. W artykule przedstawiono propozycje takich działań.
EN
The global automotive sector will experience groundbreaking changes over the coming decades. The number of carowners will increase significantly, especially in developing countries such as China and India, where new factories are established or moved from Europe and the US. Electric cars will probably have an important share of the market because of the growing public concern for climate change, the diminishing supply of oil and better car batteries. Much of the anticipated radical change in automotive technologies will occur outside the traditional automotive sector, with products such as new potent batteries and capacitators. The cost of maintenance of the new cars will be much lower than of traditional vehicles. The changes in the automotive sector will likely be supported by the governments of China and India. The article proposes some of the actions that should be undertaken.
Contributors
  • Graduate Institute of International Studies, Genewa, Szwajcaria
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