AD #2050 – Wealthy Buyers Go Mainstream, Chevy Camaro ZL1 Flirts with 200MPH, Hard to Make a Profit in China

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- GM and Ford Make Little Profit in China - Wealthy Buyers Choose Mainstream Over Luxury - ZF and Porsche Develop Hybrid DCT - Camaro ZL1 Hits Nearly 200MPH - Ford Develops Light But Strong Shelf for EcoSport - Mercedes Tests Electric Semi in Real World - BMW Launches Augmented Reality App

And today show while the car buyers are choosing mainstream brands over luxury ones Chevy clocks the Camaro Z. O. one at nearly 200 miles per hour. And why it's hard to make. A profit in China on that more coming right up on online daily. This is not a line daily the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. China is now by far and away the biggest market in the world and General Motors now sells more cars in China than it does in the United States. But GM doesn't make that much profit they're about 0.$5000000000 in North America even though it sold far fewer vehicles it made a $12000000000 profit singles for Ford it really doesn't make all that much money in China the reason is because in China GM sells a lot of very inexpensive cars and vans that don't generate much profit same goes for ...

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