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Most ministers over there get the big Audi A8Ls, which they don't obviously pay for. The Queen over there has a Bentley Mulsanne!It seems Denmark is currently governed by a bunch of nasty, narrow minded politicians who could not care less about the environment and breathing clean air. Almost seems like Denmark is run by a select group of US politicians
Surprising given how different Norway is with their policies.
There's 2 chances for each region to win the car.. The first was to win a X for the first person to refer 10 people and to take delivery of 10. I think Bjorn is on the way to win that if he hasn't already. Even if you refer 100 people today, they'll likely not take delivery before bjorn hits 10 deliveries.
The second was at the end of October whoever has the most referrals can then trade in their S for an X. In both cases, it's contingent on delivery and not just orders.
The will drop the tax on NOx emissions. The main polluter here is not Diesel cars, but industries, and those are the ones the Danish government wants to give a break. A bad idea if you ask me, but this is not done to help VW.Don't bother, I read somewhere that the government want to LOW the taxes for DIESEL cars! Is it true? If so, I have the impression that mainstream ICE car makers will succeed where VW didn't in USA in 2011. (see that: http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1100382_vw-50-million-in-tax-credits-wanted-electric-car-credits-for-diesels-too).
There is a large number of folks that can afford to spend $80k on a car that can't afford $244k.