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US Auto Industry Rose 8% in 4th Quarter, While EV Industry Grew 29%

CleanTechnica EVs

The US auto industry continues to grow following its long recovery from the COVID-19 epidemic and economic shutdown of 2020–2021. continued] The post US Auto Industry Rose 8% in 4th Quarter, While EV Industry Grew 29% appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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US Auto Industry Down 8% Since 2019

CleanTechnica EVs

It’s time for another one of our quarterly US auto sales reports. No other media outlet compares US auto industry trends with as much history and depth as we do in these.

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Navigating Auto Industry Evolution from 1967 to Present

Green Fleet Magazine

Dhaval Kikani reminisces on his 57-year career as an engineer in the auto industry and the innovations that saw commercial success, and the experiments that did not.

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The $10,000 BYD Seagull EV is scaring the U.S. auto industry

Teslarati

Former General Motors (GM) executive Terry Woychowski, who is now President of engineering consultancy Caresoft Global, called the arrival of the Seagull a “clarion call for the rest of the auto industry,” adding that it’s a “significant event” (via CNBC ). auto sector,” the organization writes.

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How Much Is The German Auto Industry Under Threat?

CleanTechnica EVs

However, at that time, the German auto industry felt confident that it could continue to mainly produce and sell ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicles in Germany while at the […]

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Tesla’s market cap drop is worth almost the entire legacy auto industry

Electrek

Tesla’s loss in market capitalization equals almost the entire legacy auto industry combined – one of the most significant losses in value of all time. The post Tesla’s market cap drop is worth almost the entire legacy auto industry appeared first on Electrek.

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US Auto Industry Down 3+ Million Sales (19%) Since 2019

CleanTechnica EVs

The US auto industry has been declining steadily for a few years at least. Compared to 2021, the American auto industry’s annual sales were down by more than 1 million units, or 8%. Compared to 2020, there were “only” down by 725,726 units (5%).