2020 in hindsight: Light-vehicle sales recap

At first, 2020 looked as if it would bring a slight decline in U.S. auto sales. Then when the pandemic hit, it felt like the bottom had fallen out. But sales rebounded quickly, and retail demand turned out to be relatively healthy in the summer and fall.

Here’s a look at some of the numbers behind a chaotic year for the industry, not to mention the rest of the world.

Note: These figures do not include Tesla, which does not report U.S.-only sales results.


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