Here I will provide information about the comparison of European and Japanese Artificial Car, maybe you are all curious which is made in Europe and which is Made in Japan. Especially if you do not know about the brand of the Car.
Well let us refer to Different European-made cars with Japan.
The naming aspect
European cars mostly use the numbers for the car product series, eg bmw 318, mercedes 180, volvo 960, peugeot 307, fiat 131, porsce 911, renault 18 tl, citroen 19 gti and others.
While the Japanese tend to give corola name, crown, camry, terano, miata, skyline, prelude, alphard
In terms of machines
European cars tend to use engines with pure capacity for example Mercedes A140 cc 1400cc engine original mercedes 1423cc BMW318i 1800cc original 1845cc engine
Japanese car: Kijang 1800cc = deer machine only 1785cc Camry 2400cc = camry machine only 2387cc jazz 150cc = jazz machine jhany 1479cc
In terms of body
European car body platform using a thickness of 1.2m / m to 2m / m and materials rata2
galvalum is not easy to rust
Japan 0.40m / m to 1.00m / m using metal iron 10-year endurance, slth is easily rusty and thin
In terms of weight
A140 weight +/- 1,500kg, Jazz weight +/- 1.250kg
Placement of the steering wheel
Europe = left wheel for driving on right lane (except UK & Ireland following Japan) visit: www.cadillac2017.com
* The opposite lane is seen from the left.
* Traffic that turns to the left must pass the opposite lane.
* Some traffic signs facing the driver are placed on the right side of the road.
* Traffic on a detour counterclockwise.
* Vehicles are generally preceded from the left.
* Pedestrians crossing two-way streets should look to the left first.
* Most vehicles have driver positions on the left.
Japan = right wheel for driving on the left lane (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and East Timor following this Japanese way) also read: Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Overview
Lane traffic left
* The opposite lane is seen from the right.
* Traffic that turns to the right must pass through the opposite lane.
* Some traffic signs overlooking the driver are placed on the left side of the road.
* Vehicles are generally preceded from the right.
* Traffic on a detour clockwise.
* Pedestrians crossing two-way streets should look to the right first.
* Most vehicles have driver positions on the right.