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Vehicle benchmarking in a competitive landscape of newly released vehicles

AVL Global Vehicle Benchmarking

A specific, distinctive vehicle attribute branding is essential to make cars unique and competitive. As a first step on the way, vehicle manufacturers have to benchmark their vehicles in the competitive environment in order to understand and to strengthen or improve the potential of their vehicles. AVL newly offers a comprehensive vehicle benchmarking analysis of the most important, recently released passenger cars. The objective assessment delivers an overview of results for ten main attributes in a competitive scatterbands of >150 vehicles.
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