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2020 World Motor Vehicle Market Reports

Date: March 31, 2021
Topic: Aftermarket Data, International Markets and Trade
The 2020 World Motor Vehicle Market Reports are your guide to valuable insights on passenger car and truck information regarding vehicles in operation, production, and density for regions throughout the world including Africa, Asia, Central and South America, Central Eastern Europe, Middle East, North America, Oceania, and Western Europe.


IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT FORMAT. Following last year, we are continuing to make the 2020 report available in Excel workbooks instead of the PDF format used in the past. You will still see the same tables and graphs of data as before, only now the Excel format will enable you to easily copy / paste them into your own work and work directly with the raw data. The members we have spoken with say this will make the data much more useful. We are providing a workbook for each of seven geographic regions. You may download just one or all.  

In today’s global business economy, access to reliable, accurate data is crucial to making the best possible decision — every time. The tables and graphs included in these workbooks will help your team stay ahead of the latest global trends and issues.

IHS Markit, our partner in the development of these reports, is a premier provider of global market, industry, and technical expertise. IHS Markit understands the rigor that goes into decisions of great importance and provides solutions that meet the needs of our customers. AASA supports global business growth through both the Overseas Automotive Council (OAC) and the China Aftermarket Forum (CAF), and will continue to focus on global business, cultural understanding and friendly trade relations.

This report is provided to you by the AASA Overseas Automotive Council (OAC). For more information about the OAC council, click here.

These terms govern the use of this report.

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