The current economic clusterfluff in the United States has not been kind to automotive sales forecasts. With the market growing at an agonizingly slow pace, it’s been an uncertain period in the industry, leaving automakers to scrap for whatever share of the market they can get. However, the silver lining may be the projections set forth by economists representing both Ford and General Motors.
FoMoCo’s Jenny Lin forecasts and GM’s Mustafa Mohatarem optimistically see industry sales progressing beyond the current 12.5 million forecast for 2012 to 13.5 million units. If true, that will spell great news for the entire industry.
Source: The Detroit News