16% of the 4 million new vehicles sold in the US in Q1 were assembled in Mexico.
There are now 486 EV manufacturers in China, triple from two years ago. Most will disappear.
Expansion & investment plans frozen, after deliveries of Teslas plunged in Q1
There are now many of them. Shoring up the balance sheet is the opposite of “shareholder friendly.” It’s “creditor friendly.”
Many Americans are priced out of the new-car market.
Ford wisely kept its mouth shut. The problem with Mercedes and BMW is that they don’t yet sell luxury pickups, though they’re finally figuring it out.
Decision-Making Chaos and Epic Strategy Flip-Flops.
But back to “normal” hurts after a good run.
But the US government got them all beat.
Another Gauge of the Goods-Based Economy Heads South.