Automotive Dashboard

Automotive Dashboard Tweet For more than 20 years, Anderson Economic Group has taken pride in our position as the premier expert in automotive consulting. Our consultants, renowned for serving all three tiers of the auto industry, have designed this interactive dashboard to benefit manufacturers, OEMs, franchisees, trade associations, and public institutions. Our clients and patrons [...]

Comparison: Real World Cost of Fueling EVs and ICE Vehicles

Electric Vehicles can be more expensive to fuel than their internal combustion engine counterparts Patrick L. Anderson, Principal and CEO Alston D’Souza, Senior Analyst The automobile industry is on the cusp of the biggest transition in fundamental technology since the earliest days of the industry. A century ago, gasoline-powered vehicles won the technology race of […]

EV Fueling Study FAQ

EV Fueling Cost Comparison Study: Comment Responses, Clarifications, and FAQs Since its release on October 27, we have noted several hundred questions and comments regarding the study Comparison: Real World Cost of Fueling EVs and ICE Vehicles. Below, we respond to those we see most frequently. Why didn’t you include oil changes, software updates, maintenance […]

Real-World Electric Vehicle Fueling Costs May Surprise New EV Drivers

6 months of independent research finds fueling costs for electric vehicles (EV) are often higher than for internal combustion engines (ICE) East Lansing, MI–October 21, 2021: Anderson Economic Group released today the first in a series of analyses examining the transition from ICE vehicles to EVs. This initial 36-page study is the culmination of comprehensive […]

Anderson Economic Group: GM Strike Analysis

Page updated November 7, 2019 See AEG’s latest analysis from October 25 below. Patrick Anderson explains the implications of this strike beyond the auto industry (Detroit News editorial, 10/2/19). Media outlets seeking the most current AEG expert analysis, interviews with Patrick Anderson and Brian Peterson, or up-to-the-minute input from our analysts should contact Lisa at […]

Revenue at Risk for Automotive Dealerships: The Growing Use of Manufacturer Incentive Programs

 

Revenue at Risk for Automotive Dealers

2018 Revenue at Risk Report Manufacturer incentive programs have become increasingly controversial – the  programs are overlapping, complex, and subject to confidentiality provisions. Therefore, the general public, lawmakers, and even some dealers are uncertain about their full extent. Over at least the past six years, dealerships’ gross and operating margins have been on the decline. […]

Planned high-tech research center in Anniston could trigger future development

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Detroit automakers downshift workforce, lineups

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How Trump Could Rev up — or Drive Down — the Cost of Your Next Car

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