October 27, 2020

Automotive Luxury Vehicle Market By Development, Trends, Investigation 2020 And Forecast To 2027

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Sep 30, 2020 (Profound via COMTEX) —
The global Automotive Luxury Vehicle market garnered revenue around USD XX Billion in 2019 and projected to reach USD XX Billion in 2027, with at a compound annual growth rate of 31% throughout the estimate period from 2020 to 2027.

The automotive consumer of today’s times is more aware and concerned about the lsquo;value for money’ offering made by the automobile manufacturers. Earlier, automakers would simply focus on the functionality aspect of the vehicle. Over time, the kind of automobile owned by a consumer was equivalent to a status/style statement. This gave rise to the importance of luxury vehicle on a global level.

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Police Officer Filmed Pushing Bicycle Over Protester’s Head, Investigation Launched

An investigation has been launched after video emerged showing a Seattle police officer rolling his bicycle over a protester’s head.

In the footage, taken during protests in Seattle early on Thursday morning, an officer is seen pushing his bicycle’s front and rear tires over a person lying in the street.

The same officer then appeared to push away another person using his bike.
Police quickly formed a line as officers swarmed around the protester.

The man who filmed the incident, Joey Wieser, tweeted that police were “out of control.”

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It was unclear whether the person was staging a protest by lying on the ground or was on the floor due to an injury. Their identity and condition are not known.

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The officer, whose identity has not been disclosed, has been placed on leave.

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) has referred the incident,

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