Tax Time

Yes - tax time! A "get real" time! Each person on our team is evaluated in January and is encouraged to express what we could do better. During February and March, we chew and digest the input. Aside from new desks, the course is hardly changed. Intensity has become the buddy of analytics as it is the norm to watch data, research data and compare data. The team's question? How do we do it better? There is no settling for the status quo - pay the taxes and rock on!

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    Well, it”s all about context. Over here in Denmark cars are taxed on import 120 to 180 percent of the price of the car itself. Mileage decides the tax, so every little helps. On top of that, there”s an ownership tax that is also based on mileage, so you pay between 20 USD/yr and around 3,000 USD/yr, so also in this respect there”s money to be saved. Add to that fuel prices many times higher than in the US, and it starts making sense. Until recently electric cars were completely tax free, which made them very attractive (in Norway they have the same arrangement, which made the Tesla Model S the top selling car a couple of years back). So in short, there are markets for cars like these. The 3L long range A2 was also a sort of halo car it was way too expensive for what it was, but VAG wanted to make the point that it could be done. There”s money to be made off statements like that as well. The Phaeton, though, is pretty weird: “We can make a supreme luxury car! “You mean like the A8? Same for the Passat W8: “We can stuff a sophisticated, powerful engine in a family car! “You mean like the VR6? The R32?