Apple, Google, forget the West, sell cars in India and China first

The old guard of traditional motor manufacturers might have had its day. A recent report from Statista suggests that countries in the developing world are more receptive to purchasing a vehicle from a technology manufacturer such as Google or Apple. The figures seem to suggest that brand loyalty is lowest in countries such India and China where consumers would happily dump their traditional motor manufacturers. This is great news for new players in the car market, if they can make a product which suits the economic environment. Needless to say, this might not be good news for the German motor manufacturers.

Infographic: Would Consumers Be Willing to Buy Cars From Tech Companies? | Statista
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