|It will always remain a rare sight in Germany|
Premium: The obvious conclusion is how buying follows where the brand is from. Jaguar and Land Rover sales are 4 times higher in the UK, so don't get too much German patronage. BMW and Audi are only 1.6 times stronger in Germany. Take away the 1.23 sales weighting and the gap isn't huge. German makes are more accepted in Britain. Of course, German brands have many more models so that would account for most of the variance.
For Japanese marques, Infiniti is slightly favoured one way and Lexus massively the other. It is hard to understand how a respected brand as Lexus sells so few cars in Germany. Is it poor marketing?
Luxury: Getting sales data for this sector is a challenge but a few can be compared. The UK is especially hard to find anything for, even the RR figure is an estimate for its home country. As it turns out, they all favour the UK but the sampling is too small to draw conclusions.
|These are a very common sight at home and even the UK too|