The most sought-after car brand on Google is in the United States and the Bahamas



Published on November 17, 2018 |
by Matt Pressman

November 17, 2018 of Matt Pressman

Originally published on EVANNEX.

Online research can tell a lot about which car brands are attracting the most interest online. Second Buzz cars"The Car Sales and Research Select website Car Leasing has just published the results of … a year of Google search data to find out which automotive brands were the most questioned." And, it seems, "Elon Musk tweets are winning the SEO war" (as well as the Twitter contest).

In the United States and Canada, Tesla is the most sought-after car manufacturer in the world on Google last year. It is also the most googled car brand in Barbados, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and the Turks and Caicos Islands. (Source: Select Car Leasing)

Google search results show that: "Nowhere are the winds of change more evident than North America, where Tesla supports a huge amount of research, accounting for over 2 million in the United States and Canada alone. of Tesla, Elon Musk, which attracted the title, few could have predicted the traditional heart of gasoline and muscle car of the world [would be] turning his attention to [Tesla] in so many numbers. "

That's right – Tesla has received most of the google searches in both the United States is Canada last year. In Europe, however, the old German car manufacturers are still at the top of the ranking. However, Tesla received the majority of Google searches (compared to any other car maker) in two European countries: Austria and Norway.

Tesla is also the most sought-after automotive brand ranked first on Google in China, the United Arab Emirates, Macau, Hong Kong and Singapore. (Source: Select Car Leasing)

Although the United States and the EU are key markets, the most controversial automotive market is China. Tesla has received more research on Google in the largest automotive market in the world.

But China is not the only market in Asia that is infatuated with Tesla. Other countries, including Singapore and Macao, have spent most of their online car research to examine Tesla.

In some other regions, Tesla was once again the most sought after car brand, even in some forward-looking countries. In Oceana, New Zealand has sought Tesla more than any other brand of cars. And in the oil-rich Middle East, UAE (UAE) citizens were also looking for Tesla more than any other automaker on Google – not surprisingly, Tesla has introduced new stores, service centers and Superchargers in the region. before the neighboring countries.

On Reddit, Tesla's subreddit has more fan subscribers than any other subreddit automotive fan (Reddit: suburella)

And it's not just the google searches where Tesla shines, the electric car builder is also a popular brand on social media. On Twitter, Tesla's Elon Musk has actually accumulated more followers of Ford, Chevy and Chrysler put together and its followers continue to grow. On the other hand, Musk has pulled back from Facebook (and Instagram), which may have something to do with his dude Mark Zuckerberg. In any case, according to the Reddit user sub-star, Tesla has the highest number of subreddit subscribers of fan-related automotive brands.

Source: Car Buzz / Select Car Leasing

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About the author

Matt Pressman is all about Tesla. He is a TSLA investor, pre-ordained Model 3 and loves driving the family's Model S and Model X family cars. As co-founder of EVANNEX, a family-owned company specializing in Tesla aftermarket accessories, he was a contributor to Electric Vehicle University (EVU) and Owning Model S and Getting Ready for Model 3. He writes daily on Tesla and you can follow his work on the EVANNEX blog.


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