Statistics show Americans under 35 are less likely to own cars, a troubling fact for the motor vehicle industry.

This article titled “Detroit motor show: how the US youth fell out of love with car culture” was written by Dominic Rushe in New York, for The Guardian on Saturday 11th January 2014 13.00 UTC

As the world's car industry leaders head to the gargantuan Detroit annual motor show this week, many of them will be in the most upbeat mood for years. Sales are back, the car companies are all making profits. But having weathered the worst recession in living memory a big black cloud still hangs above – young people aren't buying.

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