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"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2022". Summer car tires: preferences of car owners (fourth wave)

"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2022". Summer car tires: preferences of car owners (fourth wave)

Exit date 27.05.2022

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"AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS" is an annual project of the analytical agency "AUTOSTAT", which is a survey of car owners according to a certain methodology and makes it possible to compare assessment indicators over time.

In the spring of 2022 (in addition to the annual autumn wave), the fourth spring wave of the project will be released, which is aimed at identifying consumer preferences in the purchase and operation of summer tires.

27 may more info


Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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The dynamics of the Russian car market in May of 2020


Tesla received a record profit in the 1st quarter of 2022


American electric car maker Tesla reported the record revenue in the first quarter of 2022 despite continued supply chain problems and forced shutdown of its Shanghai factory due to the lockdown. Thus, in January-March, the company's revenue grew by 81% to $18.76 billion. Net income was $3.32 billion in compare with $438 million a year before. According to the Interfax agency, Tesla increased the car production by 69% to 305,407 thousand cars the last quarter, deliveries to customers grew by 68%, by reaching a record 310,048 units. As noted in Tesla, supply chain problems persist, and there is still a shortage of semiconductor components.

In addition, the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in China forced the company to suspend operations at its Shanghai plant, and so far, the production has only resumed to a limited extent. Tesla also noted a sharp increase in commodity prices recently, due to which it had to adjust the product prices. At the same time, Tesla says that the company has enough liquidity to finance product development plans, long-term capacity expansion and other expenses. As a reminder, Tesla plants have been operating at full capacity for several quarters in a row due to problems in the supply chain, and this situation, as the company expects, is likely to continue until the end of 2022.

In this regard, earlier Tesla once again postponed the launch of mass production of the Cybertruck electric pickup truck, originally scheduled for the end of 2021. It is now expected to go on sale no earlier than 2023. In addition, Tesla has postponed the release of its new Roadster electric supercar to 2023, which was originally supposed to be in the assembly line in 2022.

22.04.22 AUTOSTAT
Source: www.autostat.ru