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Congressional District 35

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$851.9M
Total Labor Income Annually
$1.17B
Total Car Sales in 2018
37.9K
Total New Car Sold in 2018

Multi-industry contribution analysis of the economic impact of automotive manufacturing, selling, repairing, renting, and additional maintenance modeled using IMPLAN economic analysis data software, 2018 data year; compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit, sales figures represent new vehicle registrations between January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018.

Tax Revenue

$105.1M
Total State Tax revenue

Registrations

629,413

Registered

By Body Style

By Powertrain

The Texas congressional district 35 average age of vehicles is 10.62 years.

Figures compiled by Alliance for Automotive Innovation with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018.

New Purchases

37,859

Vehicles Sold

By Body Style

By Powertrain

$19.7M
$19.7 Million Total Imports
$47.8M
$47.8 Million Total Exports
$3.1M
$3.1 Million Total Imports
$18.4M
$18.4 Million Total Exports
Compiled by Alliance for Automotive Innovation with data provided by USA Trade Online, figures represent port activity over the past decade and between January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018.
Gasoline Stations 247
Electric Charging Stations 73
Biodiesel Stations 1
Compressed Natural Gas Stations 2
Hydrogen Stations 0
Liquefied Natural Gas Stations 1
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Stations 8

$30,948

$30,948 Average MSRP Per New Car

$48,284

$48,284 Median Household Income

$4,024

$4,024 Median Monthly Household Income

$471

$471 Median Monthly New Car Payment

11.71%

11.71% Monthly Car Payment As A Percent Of Monthly Income (%)

Commuting to Work

Automakers' Facilities

General Motors

Location Employees
GM Austin Customer Engagement Center Austin 5