How Automakers Stashing Unsold Cars?! (photos)

21 01 2009

The steep decline in worldwide car sales is causing automakers to secrete over-produced cars in suspect seats, like on Nissan’s UK on picture below. After jump you can view a growing stocks of unsold cars around the world!

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Since the harms of over-productions are global, we’ve put together a range of photos of cars stacking up around the world. Sometimes they’re being stacked in eccentric chairs like the above shot from Nissan’s analysis trail. Usually, the site is more pedestrian with lately fashioned cars plopped out front of the factories they’re shaped at. For example, Land Rovers and Jaguars are now being stacked up exterior a yard in Liverpool. Similarly, Ford F-150s support high in Detroit near their building resource.

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Foreign cars, primarily from Japanese automakers, have packed the share loads at the Port of Long Beach, waiting to be requested by dealers. The same is stirring in lots and ports in Valencia, Spain and innermost Britain.

The best use of universe has to go to Nissan for with the adversity pathway slight of their Sunderland works in England. The view of all those Nissan Micras lined up three-extensive around the banks of the big turns and in the infield is both funny and kind of sad. It looks as while they’ve left enough extent around the skirt to still appeal but doing so at high swiftness would possibly be quite discomforting.

Source: [ The Guardian ]

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22 01 2009
George

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