Articles about Global Car Sales

Toyota still sells more cars, but Tesla now has a higher stock market value
For the third year in a row
The Ford Mustang turns 54 this year, but its popularity is as steadfast as ever. The analysts over in Dearborn, Michigan have just revealed that it was once again the world's best-selling sports coupe in 2017. That makes it three
In terms of total sales
Toyota is once again the world's No. 1 carmaker in terms of sales after it reportedly sold 9.75 million vehicles in 2012, according to second place is General Motors with 9.29 million vehicles, while Volkswagen comes
Led by the V6-powered Panameras
Porsche's year is shaping up to be a profitable one as the German carmaker saw its sales for the first quarter of the year go up by 29 percent to 30,321 vehicles.Porsche is crediting its growth for the first
Thanks to emerging markets in Asia and Latin America
Renault-Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn believes 2012 will be a record sales year for the global car industry provided that the global economic crisis is managed."Unless there is economic armageddon and you see a Lehman-style crisis, a huge surprise,
So we still won't see a lot of brand-new Kia cars on the road
Despite the strong demand for its vehicles, Kia isn't planning to build new manufacturing facilities as the Korean carmaker is instead focusing on the quality of its products."Quantitative growth is important, but qualitative growth is also important. We plan to
That's a lot...
The world's vehicle population has finally surpassed the 1-billion mark as global registrations jumped from 980 million units in 2009 to 1.015 billion in 2010.Conducted by Ward's Auto, the same organization that's behind the trade magazine
Is the day of reckoning already at hand?
With the way China's automotive industry is rapidly growing, it's inevitable that it will one day catch up with the likes of Korea, Japan, even the United States. Now, no less than Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of both Fiat and
Guess which brand is again at number 1?
While it's been widely reported that the March earthquake and tsunami has severely affected the production of the Japan's major carmakers, one brand has suffered the most. Toyota, which unseated General Motors as the world's largest carmaker in terms
Over 3 million eco-friendly cars sold worldwide
Toyota Motor's global cumulative sales of its hybrid vehicles topped the three-million mark in February as it continues to develop more eco-friendly vehicles.The Japanese carmaker said it has already sold over 3.03 million units worldwide. From August
What a patient bunch
Audi is struggling to keep up with the global market's demand for the A3 compact and the A6 midsize executive cars as the German carmaker has a three to four month average waiting period for these models, reported."If
A report says it will be out before the end of 2011
Things could become more exciting for Honda later this year as the Japanese carmaker has revealed that it will introduce an all-new CR-V in the global market."Next fall the CR-V is going to get a full model change,
Sells over 500,000 vehicles globally more than Honda
Nissan may not be one of the top players in the Philippine car market in recent years but the Japanese carmaker has proven to be a sales juggernaut everywhere else and it is now the second-largest Japanese car manufacturer in the
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