2019 finished while the auto industry didn’t have a successful year and famous brands faced with sale decrease in the result of global economy turbulence.
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The not-so-dramatic trend of car companies has made it one of the top 100 brands to name just three, and Toyota continues to be the most valuable car brand in the world, with 41 being the number one. The Japanese automaker has won the title of world's most valuable car brand twelve times in the past 14 years.
Benz and BMW, as well as two other car makers, were able to rank 54th and 55th, respectively. So the Stuttgart maker is only one point higher than its main competitor, although all three of them have fallen compared to last year, but still with seven other brands including Honda, Ford, Nissan, Tesla, Audi, Volkswagen and Porsche have been named as the 10 most valuable brands in the automotive field.
A look at the production trend of these brands shows that Volkswagen will produce 10 million 90 thousand units in 2019, Toyota 10 million 60 thousand units, General Motors 8 million 38 thousand units, Hyundai Motors 7 million 39 units. Thousands of cars and Ford has produced 6 million cars, ranging from one to five, respectively.
Nissan Motors also ranks next in production with 5 million and 52 million units, and Honda with 5 million and 32,000 units. Citroen has 3 million 88,000 units.
A look at corporate sales also shows that carmakers are competing for increased sales every day, and the release of the latest list of global carmakers' sales per year shows, as expected earlier this year, Toyota. It achieved the highest car sales figures and topped the chart.
Volkswagen was the second-best-selling car maker with sales of 3.65 million units, down 6.3 percent year-on-year. The brand has also been able to increase sales in Brazil and the United States, while in Argentina, Spain and China it has seen sales decline.
Ford, after Toyota and Volkswagen, came in third, selling 2.81 million vehicles worldwide last year, a 10.2 percent drop from last year. The biggest increase in sales was in Germany, while in China it was down.
Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Chevrolet, Kia, Mercedes-Benz and BMW were also ranked next, with BMW lagging behind its regular competitor, Benz in 2019, with sales of 1.43 million petrol products. It was announced while the number for BMW was 1.28 million units. Renaissance car ranks 11th in 2019, followed by Audi and Peugeot.
Following these brands were Maruti, Jeep, Mazda, Fiat, Skoda, Jaili and Mitsubishi, respectively, which made up 20 of the 2019 best-selling brands.