The Money Shake portal has compiled a rating of automakers that collect the most cars per minute. Toyota was the most operational, with 19.9 cars coming off the Assembly line of its factories every minute.
“Toyota” is only slightly inferior to Volkswagen (all brands included in the concern, including Audi, Skoda, SEAT and others are taken into account) – its indicator is 19.8. In the top three also got Hyundai, the gap with which is much larger: the South Korean brand collects 13.7 cars per minute.
The table below shows the top ten car manufacturers in terms of the number of cars assembled per minute.
Outside the top 10 were Suzuki (6.3 cars per minute), SIAC (5.5), Daimler (4.8), BMW (4.8), Geely (3.7), Changan (3.1), Mazda (3.1), Dongfeng (2.8), BIAC (2.4) and Mitsubishi (2.3). However, there are some questions about the study: for example, for some concerns, total data is provided, and for others (for example, Nissan and Renault), separately.
China was noted as the country that produces the most cars per minute (48.9 pieces) and the most electric transport.
Companies that produce electric vehicles were singled out in a separate list. In this case, the number of collected copies per hour was taken into account. In the top five were Tesla with the result of 42 electric cars per hour, BYD (26 pieces), BJEV (18 pieces), BMW (15 pieces) and Nissan (10 pieces).
Analysts also calculated the revenue of car brands. It turned out that Toyota and Volkswagen earn 533 and 523 thousand dollars per minute, respectively, and Daimler – 360 thousand dollars.