The Life and Death (and Life) of the US Auto Industry

July 18, 2013 | By

Since the late 1800’s, the automobile has been an American staple in households.  From its debut with Henry Ford’s Model A, to next year’s Corvette-cars have always captured America’s attention.  But it’s not always been smooth seas for American automobile manufacturers.

Bizbrain.org has created a very informal infographic about the history of the automobile, entitled, “The Life, Death, (and Life) of the U.S. Auto Industry”.

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The Life and Death (and Life) of the US Auto Industry

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Comments (1)

  1. Alex Pereira

    Simply excellent. I mean the research is great that is starting from 1924. Graphs are also simply awesome!