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Tesla Tops Most Searched Models on YouTube

These are the most searched cars on YouTube

  • Four Tesla models in top 10 searched

  • Lamborghini still takes top spot for manufacturers


The most popular cars on YouTube are from Tesla, says a new study that looks at traffic on the video streaming site. Four of the brand’s models are in the top 10 on the list, and the brand finished second overall for total searches.

The data comes from Carinsurance.ae, who took a list of the 532 most popular models of car and put that list through an average monthly search volume report. The company then did the same with 71 automakers and multiplied the averages by 12 to get an annual figure.

It’s the Tesla Model 3 at the top of the list with 3.4 million annual searches, followed by the Tesla Roadster. The Model X was ninth and the Model S was 10th with just over 1 million searches.

In the middle were some more conventional models including the Honda Civic and Mazda 3 (4 and 6), but the Toyota Supra, Lamborghini Aventador, Audi R8, and BMW i8 were all on the list (3,5,7,8, respectively).

The most searched brand was Lamborghini, with a reported 11.64 million searches per year. Tesla was second here with 9.91 before dropping sharply to Ferrari at 4.6 million searches. Rounding off the top 10 were BMW, Audi, Bugatti, Porsche, Mini, Jaguar, and Rolls-Royce.

 

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