throughout this week we have been reviewing many of the figures of sales at the national level with the results of dealings general in 2016, the SUV’s best-selling models of the segment B enrolled, and the compact most requested during the past 12 months. The overall results of 2016 we saw that there were brands that had dawned in our country; and the other quite the opposite, although none had taken a leap as big as the one of McLaren at the global level.
The signing of Woking, despite the fact that in the last few years is not having all the attention that we expected in the Formula 1, has been multiplied by 2 the number of units “street” sold in 2016. The previous year, 2015, it was not a bad year at the british firm, where it began to take off his index of sales 1.654 units sold. But the big jump has come in this complete 2016, with nearly 3,300 vehicles sold.
Multiply sales of any company or car brand is not an easy thing, but in signatures as unique as this do not have as much merit. Increase your marketing in a few hundreds of units already varies so much on the percentages, although the same can occur in reverse showing a fall huge in percentage to the losing a few hundred sales. The only question that remains is whether from Woking are renouncing to the exclusivity of your signature looking for a greater volume of sales, something that seems more than clear.
a Good part of the 3.286 vehicles sold by McLaren belong to the Sport Series, with of 2,031 units, with models McLaren 570GT and 570S. From behind, the customers of McLaren have sued the Super Series 675LT Coupe and its convertible version called the Spider, with 1.255 enrolments. Of the nearly 3,300 sales, 1.139 have been marketed in the united States, as far as the “Old Continent” 996 cars of the british brand.
Source – Motor1