Foreign cars are becoming much more popular these days since standards are becoming pretty much universal. Both foreign and domestic companies are beginning to follow all of the same rules when it comes to safety and the legislature that is involved therein. There are some ups and downs to this, but for the most part they are all positive.
The first reason that you’ll find that it is good to see competition coming from a foreign market is competition breeds innovation. I’m going to split this up into two paragraphs because it’s large enough to deserve boat. Competition breeds innovation has several parts, including the first which is the initial competition. Competing companies means that there are several companies, all owned by different people, who have approximately the same monetary value split among them. They are all capable of competing with one another and push each other forward because they want to be the best there is. This is amazing because it forces people to want to be better than they currently are. Though this only focuses on the people who owned the company, it’s true that this also pushes those who are the workers within the company itself. They want to be a part of the best company in the world and will do pretty much anything in order to find and achieve such a goal.
Innovation is the second part two that little phrase which means so much. If nobody improved upon that which already existed, we would not be able to push ourselves forward into the next big technological advancement because there would be no need for. Innovation comes from those who see a problem and solve. In the case of business, the problem is that they are not number one and the easiest way to solve that is to come up with something that is either more convenient, or completely innovative and redefines what is thought to be that genre. Innovation is a wonderful thing which only happens when there is a call for it. By this I mean there needs to be a reason to innovate, otherwise people will only see that something is perfect just the way it is. Anybody who looks back at past knows that is not true. It doesn’t matter how technologically advanced you are, there is always something better. It’s cool that it’s within the human nature to strive for that something better once it is seen.
Bringing all of these points together gives you one heck of a little phrase that means a great deal. Competition breeds innovation. What an elegant way to put such a complex problem. I really must hand it to the individual who came up with that phrase as they created something that extended past the simple borders of what is already known. Such a phrase extends into the future where possibilities exist that we don’t even comprehend yet, however the phrase still remains just as relevant as ever. Foreign cars have taken this really to heart which is why we set started to see so many people fall in love with both European and Asian vehicles. They’ve come up with wonderful ideas that the Americans hadn’t quite yet. Also it works vice versa, but as of late we’ve really seen a lot of technological advancements coming from outside the United States in the automotive industry. Don’t ever let your passion for your country come in the way of your purchasing any top-quality foreign products. Yes, America and makes some great stuff when it comes to vehicles especially. However with all of the innovations coming from outside of the United States, it’s essentially impossible to avoid such advancements without completely closing off your mind to what could be better for you. Don’t let stubbornness come in the way of progress is pretty much the gist of it.
Some people may see this as a threat to the security of companies within the United States, but not by. Personally, I believe that if companies within the United States wish to keep up with the innovations that are happening outside, they simply must look around for in need and try to fill that need before others do. That’s really the name of the game when it comes to keeping yourself on top. You can only rely on loyalty so much until it becomes obvious that your vehicle is subpar compared to another. So whether America has the best vehicles, or you would say that a foreign country has the best vehicles, it does not matter. What matters is that they are all competing for your business which means that you get the better end of the deal and they are forced to provide you with better and better quality in order to keep your attention.