The US exported more vehicles than ever in 2014, and about half of those went to Canada and Mexico. The lingering effects of the financial crisis made the US a cheap place to build, and a growing global demand for crossovers made the world want our cars. It might not last, though.
The global automotive market will continue to surge into the start of the next decade, according to a new report from IHS Automotive. The analytical firm is reporting that global annual production will increase by 21 million units by 2021. Global production has already seen a 25-million-unit increase since the dark days of 2009.
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