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.
- Chris Bruce
- Feb 9, 2015
- Brandon Turkus
- May 12, 2014
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.
- Paul Eisenstein
- Jan 6, 2013
The holiday season saw Santa leave some nice gifts for the industry.
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