lundi 2 février 2009

Intelcar sur BFM TV: "L’industrie automobile est-elle condamnée?"

QUENTIN.L d’Intelcar a participé en direct le samedi 31 janvier 2009 à l’émission de BFM TV "Partageons nos idées".

- Le thème: "L’industrie automobile est-elle condamnée?"

- Les invités: deux invités étaient présents sur le plateau pour partager leur point de vue.
      > Eric SAINT FRISON: ancien P.-D.G. de Ford France.
      > Jean-Luc MOREAU: journaliste automobile.

- Les questions abordées:
      > Pourquoi faut-il sauver absolument l'industrie automobile?
      > Quelle est la responsabilité des constructeurs?
      > Quelle est la voiture dont vous rêvez?
      > Demain, faudra-t-il encore posséder une voiture?

Intelcar sur BFM TV: "L'industrie automobile est-elle condamnée?"

Joe

Liens:
- BFM TV: "
Partageons nos idées"
-
The Human Network

2 commentaires:

gnomædh a dit…

«...un vrai vehicule...» Excuse me?
I thought that just North Americans were stuck on the idea that "real" vehicles had to be big. I'm surprised to know that France has some of the same mindset. Yes, it's true that we use our vehicles less than 5km from home on average, but where did we ever get the idea that a smaller lighter more efficient vehicle is not a car? I read an article about how vehicle manufacturers were now going to make a new category of vehicles smaller than the sub-compact cars. This new category will be called "undersized cars". I drive a HONDA 49cc Ruckus scooter (or Zoomer in Europe) and it weighs less than I do. Maybe we can emulate this with the car market: smaller vehicles that weigh almost nothing. I think this is what I like about the FlowAir concept from www.MDI.lu - less power, but less mass and less energy to move the vehicles around. This is the future - smaller with less mass. We really should start changing the way we perceive cars and transportation... It's time for our civilization to grow up!

merci; gnomædh
http://flowair.blogspot.com

Cécile a dit…

Bravo Quentin!!!