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Is the world going into the car peak era?


Some researches are starting to contradict the global automakers, who seem keen on ever lasting growing deliveries. According to analysts, we could be very well coming close to the so-called “Peak Car” threshold. The “Peak Car” is a point considered by many the one when the annual global sales growth will come to an end, signaling a change in habits – ...
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Continental Expects Sales Growth in 2014
Continental said it expects 2014 to bring a growth in sales if economy doesn’t deteriorate. Continental is “likely to post high single-digit growth in sales again in 2014,” the Hanover, Germany-based ...
Audi reports best worldwide sales ever for the month of February
February 2013 was the best February in the history of Audi, as global deliveries rose 3.2 percent to an all-time high of 110,000 vehicles. Overall, Audi’s global deliveries over the first ...
Ford sales of all-wheel-drive cars in the U.S. up 72 percent since 2009
Ford said sales of its AWD vehicles rose 72 percent since 2009, outpacing the industry growth rate of 53 percent. In 2012, more than 20 percent of the industry’s new car ...
Volkswagen brand deliveries rise 17.4 percent in January
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand last month delivered 491,900 models to customers worldwide, an increase of 17.4 percent compared to January 2012. Deliveries in the overall European market for the first ...
Porsche global sales up 25 percent in January
Porsche AG delivered a total of 12,061 new vehicles worldwide in January 2013, accounting for an increase of 25.5 percent compared to January 2012. “The new year started very well for ...
Mitsubishi Motors reports strong profit growth for April – December 2012
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has posted a net profit up 27 percent for the nine months to December, due to higher sales in Asia and cost cuts. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) posted ...
Renault-Nissan Alliance posts record 2012 sales
The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold a record 8,101,310 vehicles in 2012, accounting for 1 in 10 new cars sold worldwide. The Alliance's calendar-year sales increased about 1 percent from 2011, with strong ...
Detroit 3 post double-digit sales growth in the U.S. in January
General Motors, Ford and Chrysler all posted double-digit sales growth in the U.S. in January, as demand stood strong and the economy recovered. Ford posted a 21.8 sales increase last month, ...
Toyota sales in Japan up 42 percent in 2012
Not only did Toyota end 2012 as the world's largest automaker, but its results in Japan were encouraging as well. The automaker sold 1,537,371 new passenger cars in Japan last year, ...

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