Despite the market’s ups and downs, high-priced sports cars have fared relatively well in the U.S. since 1995, when the segment’s sales hit a 15-year low. Since then, luxury sports cars have increased their share of market from a tiny 0.4% to a surprisingly high (considering their price and impracticality) 0.7% so far this year. And as small as it is, this segment is one of only two car sectors to increase share while light trucks have grown to a dominant position in the U.S. They are ...
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