Tom Libby of IHS Automotive and Esquire pulled data about the make and model of every car sold in the U.S., and calculated the popularity of each by percentage using registration data. Then, he did the same at the state level, and compared each state to the national average.
In Florida, the BMW 760Li sells at 623 percent the national average. Rolls Royce does really well in Florida also. The Phantom, Ghost and Wraith, all have market shares more than three times their national averages.
More on the story at www.bmwblog.com.
Read the Esquire report at www.esquire.com.