auto industry is performing well and will eventually have the capacity to meet the needs of a rapidly growing world market.
We are in good shape.
The problem is, there is still a lot of work to be done.
Here are some of the key takeaways from a new report from the American Automobile Association, which provides the industry’s biggest annual snapshot.
The American Automotive Dealers Association estimates that the industry is producing more than 1.6 million vehicles a day and that the current average selling price for an American vehicle is $31,800.
A year ago, that figure was about $14,800, according to data from Edmunds.
This year, that number is $26,000.
American manufacturers are also expanding capacity and adding jobs.
Automakers sold 1.5 million vehicles in 2017, up from 1.2 million in 2016.
The industry is on track to add nearly 4 million jobs by 2025.
But the industry needs more production capacity, more assembly lines and more trucks, to meet demand for vehicles made in the U.K. and other countries.
And the industry has to make more money in order to do so.
As we noted in our previous post, there’s a lot to be said for the U-turn by the UAW and the Ford Motor Company.
The UAW, a federation of more than 30,000 unions, is the largest private-sector union in the country and has a strong presence in the automotive industry.
But it’s been working on a plan to move manufacturing away from the U., and the union is working to get the auto industry back on track by 2020.
As part of the plan, it wants to eliminate as many as 1,000 manufacturing jobs by 2026.
Ford, which is headquartered in the state of Michigan, is working hard to get to the point where it will meet its 2025 goal.
Ford recently announced it will spend $3.6 billion to open two new plants in the United States, with a third to be built in China.
The company said it would invest $3 billion in a new plant in China, which will create 5,400 jobs and create 2,000 new jobs.
It also plans to invest $1 billion to expand its Mexico production.
GM is also planning to add jobs in the US, but it won’t start adding new vehicles until 2019, a year after the end of the global recession.
The report also notes that the average price for a new car in the auto sector is currently $26-30,000, well above the $29-35 average of the last three years.
So while we’re getting some relief from the economic downturn, the auto market is still struggling to recover.
It’s not clear whether that will continue in 2021, when we will have a more realistic outlook for the market.
The numbers in the report are based on data from the National Association of Manufacturers, which tracks vehicle sales and makes its annual report.
It projects that the U,s.
auto market will grow from $13.6 trillion in 2016 to $18.9 trillion by 2021.
That’s an increase of almost 3 percent, but not much of a jump.
The auto industry will continue to be driven by demand for new vehicles and components, and those will continue for at least another decade.
But a lot will depend on the global economic environment and whether the auto companies continue to expand capacity or find ways to keep costs down.
For the automakers, the report said, the key is to do more to expand production capacity.
“We must continue to invest in our global supply chain and our factory sites and in the capacity we have today to meet our increasing demand,” said Ford Chief Financial Officer Peter Fischbach.