Saturday August 8, 2020

Motoring: How can the car industry fight back against coronavirus?

All aspects of our lives have been dramatically affected by the spread of Covid-19, and the motor industry has already begun to suffer

22nd March, 2020
Vw suspends production

It already feels like a lifetime ago that concerned parties were still debating whether or not the 2020 Geneva Motor Show should go ahead. Yet, it was only the start of this month.

Just three weeks later, the situation has considerably worsened. Like many sectors, the motor industry is facing an uncertain future that extends all the way down from the manufacturers, to the salespeople in dealerships across the country, and even to those hoping to...

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