Using current Data Driven Insights, we’ve created a ranking of German car brands that has captured the most interactions across social networks over the given time period. All reactions to online content such as comments, shares, likes and other emoticons are summarized as interactions. In order to ensure a clear comparison of the individual car brands, only German-language social media channels are considered in this automotive ranking; international accounts cannot be considered!

Mercedes-Benz still dominates on its own turf

There’s a slight change in the Top 3 again. While Mercedes-Benz Deutschland and Audi Deutschland make regular appearances in the one and two spots, 3rd place is usually a toss up between whichever auto brands can stay visible in the rearview mirrors of both top-ranked German engineering powerhouses. With 88.530 total interactions on a +23.6% rank improvement, Ford Deutschland takes that slot for April, displacing Alfa Romeo Deutschland (who was pushed down to 6th place).

1st place Mercedes-Benz pokes fun at one of their GT C Roadsters enjoying the “Spring” weather.

Note: You can switch between the different content-types in the Top Posts section below. You can also click on the posts to view them.

Note: Some posts are older than the month in question, but still have enough interactions in that period to be ranked.

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