Israeli Auto Importer Sees More Cars on Roads Despite Sharing Economy
The shared car economy may be just around the corner, but more cars will crowd the roads, says CEO of Israeli auto importer Lubinski Group
Tomer Hadar | 18:28 25.12.2017
In the future, we will transition from a model of car ownership to a shared car economy, according to Dani Shavit, CEO of Israeli car import company David Lubinski Ltd. (also known as Lubinski Group). Speaking at a Calcalist conference in Tel Aviv on Monday, Mr. Shavit expected the number of cars in the world to nearly double by 2050.
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“Since the invention of cars in the late 19th Century, the population of the world has quadrupled. Car ownership had a much steeper growth rate,” Mr. Shavit said. “Today there are 155 cars for every 1000 people. In 2050, it will be 300 cars per 1000 people,” he said.
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