Do You Know Which 5 Nations Produce More Cars Than the U.S.?

With the state of the global economy, have you ever thought about how the automotive industry is doing? This infographic provides some interesting statistics as it breaks down the world on wheels and looks into everything about the worldwide auto market.

Ten countries are ranked based on the number of new cars produced and number of new passenger vehicle registrations. Twenty countries are ranked based on the number of vehicles per person. You might be surprised by which countries have the most cars compared with which countries produce the most cars.

You will also find out how much money the U.S. spends on motor vehicle imports and exports. Which country do you think the U.S. gets most of its cars from? The least?

A look at international car sales compares sales in eight countries from the years 2010 to 2013. While some countries’ numbers jump around by millions of units, some stay consistent throughout all four years.

Read on to find out where the auto market stands worldwide. 


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