By on September 26, 2011

China, U.S.A., Brazil. This is how Roland Berger Strategy Consultants see the ranking of the world’s largest car markets by 2015.

Within four years, the consultancy expects Brazil to kick Japan off the podium and become the word’s third largest car market. Car sales in Brazil could double between 2010 and 2020 to 6.6 million vehicles; production may rise by 3.6 million cars in 2010 to 5.5 million.

What about India? It will ship its cars to Brazil. Says the study:

“For Chinese and Indian OEMs, Brazil is another territory to be conquered in their global campaigns – by the end of this decade, they could achieve a market share of around 10 percent.”  

 

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