every thing about the car is designed outside Iran Khodro as all other car they producedSorry I do not get it..are you saying this is a foreign car assembled in iran...in that case please let us know.
most people even cant afford old generation carsProblem is, that most people can't afford the later generation of cars, so our streets are still filled with old cars.
No offense but I don't think you can call Japan or Korea third world anymore, if you meant that. Their living standards are a lot better than most Mid-Western states and even Chinese bigger cities have better infra than most mid or top-tier US cities.What cars can you get in your country?
In the US, we generally cannot get third-world mfg'ed cars - it's basically US/Canada/Mexico, Western Europe, Japan, and Korea. There are very few if any Indian, Pakistani (didn't even know they mfg'ed), Eastern European cars. I mean very few in that there are more homemade/kit cars than those nationalities.
China is selling some very cheap vehicles in the US, but they are generally the kind of thing that a park might use as a utility vehicle, not something you'd use to commute. China does contribute parts to both American, Asian and other mfgs though - my Ford Mustang has a Chinese transmission (and a Spanish engine, so the parts come from everywhere these days).
Kit example, and something I wouldn't mind having
Looks good. but I really want to know how many of these they can actually produce each year? and how many of the subsystems are homemade? (think computers, the engine, etc.)