Khodrocar_ Automakers around the world are setting up joint research and development centers and are working to improve their productivity by creating these centers. Large automakers that have already made mergers are now looking for mergers. Fiat, Chrysler and Renault mergers or Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi mergers are examples of these mergers that are heard every time. All of these companies have come to realize that competition in the automotive industry and the world market has become increasingly fierce, and research and development costs are so high that mass production must surely increase.
In this regard, Amir Hassan Kakai tells Automotive Reporter: "We have some interesting statistics in the world. In international statistics last year, if you look at car consumption, something has fallen by about 5% worldwide. These statistics have many meanings and show that we are facing a market challenge in the world. "On the one hand, the big automakers that have already made mergers are now looking for super-mergers, because all of these companies have realized that competition in the automotive industry and the world market is getting tougher."
"Automakers are also making electric cars, and the competition in this sector is very heavy, and in the next 10 years, very important things are likely to happen," he added. "Cloud mergers are also happening to help with this, so much research and development costs are high in the field that it doesn't cost a company to do it alone."
Kakai added: "Automotive companies around the world have succeeded in discussing the development of high quality products by increasing their R&D costs, but domestic car makers have been reluctant to develop a part of this important industry by ignoring research and development. In this regard, the Ministry of Industry, Mining and Commerce has also provided guidelines for the development of the quantitative and qualitative development of the automotive industry in the automotive strategy program, but as yet, no specific outcome has been achieved. We must admit, however, that the development of R&D centers in automobiles is an inevitable matter. ”
According to CarDecorator, despite spending several hundred dollars per year on research and development around the world, many experts consider domestic carmaker R&D figures to be close to one percent of turnover and neglect in The research sector attributes the underdevelopment of the country's automotive industry.