Domestic Cars Insipid, Substandard

According to Donyaye Khodro’s report, most of the domestically produced cars do not observe the required standards
Domestic Cars Insipid, Substandard
Domestic Cars Insipid, Substandard

Some of the cars produced in Iran have witnessed the least change in terms of design and standards for more than 20 years. 
“Apart from Tara and Shahin, most of the other domestic cars do not have any safe bodies, because their design structure and architecture are old,” Abolfazl Khalkhali, the head of the electric vehicle design team of the University of Science and Technology, told Donyaye Khodro.
Car bodies are produced domestically from molds that can only be used to produce a certain number of vehicles, as per the defined standards. Overuse reduces the accuracy in body parts and gives rise to several problems in the final product. But since designing and building new molds are expensive, automakers usually ignore those standards. 


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