Classic Study 2023 (5th edition)

€ 295
In stock
Product Details
Format: PowerPoint Charts in PDF
Edition: 2023
Language: English

The latest industry study, which was presented at the classic car congress of the motor vehicle trade as part of Techno-Classica, provides comprehensive and reliable data on the market for classic cars in Germany.

Figures from the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) were also analysed. According to these figures, cars over 30 years old in Germany have a total value of around 31 billion euros, plus around 800,000 youngtimers aged between 25 and 29, which have the potential to become classic cars. 40% of all vehicles are worth less than 10,000 euros, 20% are worth between 10,000 and 50,000 euros and only one in 50 classic cars is worth more than 100,000 euros.

  • 90% of drivers surveyed want to own a car and enjoy it. 76% see classic cars as a cultural asset.
  • Around one million classic cars have a total value of 31 billion euros. 40% of all vehicles are worth less than 10,000 euros.
  • Vintage and classic cars are a significant economic factor: The repair and maintenance volume for classic cars is 3.8 billion euros, 10,000 employees work on classic cars.
  • New drivers are joining the scene and with them other vehicles, the scene is changing scene is changing, younger vehicles are increasing in price.

Comprehensive Agenda tailored for the classic cars market in Germany:

  • Vehicle populations and their development
  • Market structure/segmentation
  • Regional distribution of stocks
  • Inventory valuation, repair and maintenance volumes
  • Economic climate in the industry
  • Society, community, segments
  • Technology forecast

Net prices listed. German customers are required to add 19% VAT.

Sales to private persons are not allowed by the license agreement.

Save this product for later