Unscripted, unrehearsed and all top of mind. The AutoLooks.net Podcast carries the knowledge and information from it's host Everett J., onto the world stage. So, come with us as we take you on journey through the automotive industry.
Podcast Episode: 0166
Has the pandemic brought out a new love for fun? We may just be on the verge of a second coming of fun vehicles, but how can you tell. AutoLooks takes a look at how the market for fun and personal mobility is starting to heat up again. Could this be a return of the coupe market we all wanted? Listen to find out.
Ever since the introduction of the automobile, there has always been someone who has wanted to own more than just one. With our ability to purchase more increasing over the years, the ability to own more cars has increased with it. Within a few decades our need for all of us to travel on our own was weighing in and soon enough we would be able to get that extra car.
As the automotive market grew, so did our need for more, as the used car market started heating up. This was due to vehicles lasting longer and our ability to afford more than one. Soon enough a two car driveway would appear as the norm and with that the rise of excess would soon appear.
With the rise of the muscle car era came a dedication to our early entry into the automotive world, one we had never seen before. This industry always had collectors, but never to this extreme, as most of us would hold onto our first vehicle or purchase a fun vehicle later on. This would soon give rise to a three car driveway in the suburbs and our need for a garage.
But, like most growing markets, this one soon reached its peak in the early 2000's, when the price to operate these products became too much for some. Soon enough a downfall in the automotive market would happen and before long we would start to lost our fun products.
Without a need for fun, companies would soon pull these products from the market. And with a return to only two vehicles, the market demand for fun would soon nearly disappear. But every good story has a happy ending.
Today with the rush back to the suburbs, our taste for fun has once again been ignited and it seems that we all want more again. Driveways are now filling up with more vehicles and the return of sports car market is showing us how to have fun again. But can the good times keep on rolling? Listen in to find out more.
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