This Is Where Unsold Cars Go… Nobody Expected That!



What happens to brand new cars that never get sold?
Millions of cars spoil outside!
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34 comments

  1. Lots of cars… but there seems to be lots of gaps!… do they take them occasionally for some reason?

  2. I only ever bought a brand new car once, it cost around £6000 (25yrs ago). As soon as I drove it off the garage forecourt it became a second hand car and immediately lost £600 in value. That's why most people don't buy brand new cars.

  3. This whole attitude kinda angers me. They really should sell these cars at reduced price than throwing them away.

  4. I'm a manager for a ford dealership and my father is the owner this information is absolutely rubbish…… Only about 00.2 % of vehicles aren't sold they are then sold to employees or car factories employees at an auction

  5. Jobs are the elites only concerne. They have nothing in cars or homes or any goods. Long as we work they get the products we build for free because we make every ingrediant to every product .It's called slavery and the owner of us all are banks. Find out who controls the cash and you'll find the owner of people

  6. All the poor people in the world and you just sit on cars for no reason. And global warming is real?? Haha

  7. The people do not PREFER to buy a second hand car. The auto industry has priced themselves to the point that most people can not afford to buy new and that is why you are seeing cars parked and rotting away. The auto industry effects all sorts of businesses that if it would to go under the economy would just collapse.

  8. This guy clueless and did no real research. Plants close all the time, as well as shut down permanently as well. They don't build a car unless a dealer has bought it.

  9. I saw a documentary on TV during the 1990s about car manufacturing in the USA. A man said that it took 50 tons of raw materials to make a car that weighs 1 ton. So every (US) car represents 49 tons of waste.

  10. Better solution , for next year's model however many you sold previous year is how many should made the next year

  11. Ten years from now there will be acres upon acres of renewable energy products such as solar panels, rechargeable batteries, wind turbines and electric cars and trucks. Also drones, yes, millions of discarded drones that were used to deliver goods & food to us. There will be billions of tons of shipping materials such cardboard and styrofoam because we will buy everything from the internet and it will be shipped to us. There will be trillions of tons of waste by-products from the manufacture of these things.

  12. Corporate tax laws, making it difficult for manufacturers to write-off their losses would make producers pay closer attention to feed-back from dealers when sales start to slip. Dealers may make ten times as much profit on a loaded SUV compared to a small sedan, so they are tempted to order the big rolling stock. When gas prices climb or the economy starts to slip, supply outstrips demand and there is a big pile-up of unsold or unsaleable vehicles. That's why the industry leases huge tracts of land off the beaten track and generally unseen from major roadways. If John Q. Public knew how desperate dealers were to move their inventories, margins would be cut to the bone and you'd see many more dealerships go under. Sometimes a free market economy needs a little finessing.

  13. You sound like you have a bot fly larvae up your right nostril. It's Sheerness not Shirness. Just for the record Sheernes in on the edge of the Thames Estuary just above sea level. So many unsold cars were parked there it sank into the mud under the weight and no one survived. Sometimes you can find a car floating off Southend or Tilbury. God I'm bored with this quarantine.

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