Answered By: Erin Wachowicz
Last Updated: Nov 27, 2023     Views: 712

The following print items are also sources of auto industry data & statistics: 

Insights and data on the global auto industry; data organized and presented by geography.


  • World overview 
  • U.S., Canada and Mexico vehicle production and sales by line, month and make
  • Asia/Pacific, Europe and South America production and sales statistics
  • U.S. model year factory-installed equipment rates by line
  • U.S. vehicle registrations
  • U.S. domestic and import vehicle specification sections
  • U.S. light vehicle prices, photos and assembly sites


​Annual publication documenting the performance and impact of the U.S. auto industry.

The most recent issue is available at Marx Library (formerly CSSSI); Previous issues are available at LSF. 


  • Auto registrations by state 
  • U.S. exports and imports
  • Material use by vehicle type (rubber, steel, etc)
  • Statistics on vehicle ownership licensed drivers in the U.S.
  • Automotive business facilities and employment
  • State tax revenue


The following library databases include information on the auto industry:

Click on the Industries tab and look for the most recent report for Automobiles.

Related reports include: Car & Automobile Manufacturing in the US; Automobile Transmission Manufacturing in the US; Auto Parts Wholesaling in the US and more.  UK, China, and Global coverage is also included. 

Related reports include Automobile Manufacturing, Automobile Rental & Leasing, Automobile Parts Manufacturing, Automotive Repair.  US coverage only

For help accessing First Research Industry Profiles in ABI/Inform Collection, visit:

Search for analyst reports on the automotive industry or specific companies. Coverage is global. 

For help searching for reports, visit