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The car world’s winners, losers and WTF’s

The international car market is changing fast in unpredictable ways. Our snapshot of sales trends in 2016 highlights what’s hot, what’s not –and why.
The car world’s winners, losers and WTF’sThe car world’s winners, losers and WTF’s
The car world’s winners, losers and WTF’s

The car world’s winners, losers and WTF’s

The world’s best-selling sports car
Ford Mustang, The car world’s winners, losers and WTF’s
IT’S not confirmed yet but the Ford Mustang looks on track to take the title of world’s Bestselling Sports Car, as it did in 2015. A big reason is because Americans bought just over 100,000 of them in 2016. That figure is actually 13% down on the year before, but is nonetheless huge. And it’s not just the USA that loves the Mustang, now available in right-hand drive. Last year it was the best-selling sports car in India (152 sold, but a win is still a win), Mexico (3022), China (nearly 5000 shifted) and Korea (811). But sorry Ford, the Europeans’ favorite sports car is still homegrown: the Audi TT. That sold 21,022 across the 29 EU countries last year, including the UK. Brits like the TT so much it outsold all other sports cars: 9336, more than Germany, making us the biggest market for the car.
 By Nick Gibbs


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