Tag: coronavirus

Small California Car Show Turns Into Possible Coronavirus “Super-Spreader Event” After 3,000+ People Show Up

The coronavirus pandemic has canceled countless auto shows and even outdoor events like the Woodward Dream Cruise.  However, car culture lives on in smaller events across the country. That brings us to the story of a car show in California hosted by the Loma Linda University Church. The event took place over the weekend to […]

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COVID Causing A Significant Shift Away From Public Transportation In Germany

The coronavirus pandemic will likely prove to have long-term impacts on the way people commute, and these include shunning means of public transportation. In a survey conducted by the German Aerospace Center’s Institute for Transport Research, half of all respondents in Germany said they are using public transportation less often or much less often than […]

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iPhone’s Design Team Has Developed Two Custom Face Masks for Apple Employees

Apple has been offering its employees and retailers with standard cloth masks for protection against the COVID-19 virus. Now, according to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has developed two new face masks for its employees, which will replace the standard cloth masks. The first mask is called Apple Face Mask and the second one […]

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BMW And VW Ramping Up i3 And e-Golf Production Due To COVID Disruption, Rising Demand

Demand for electric cars is on the rise in Europe and elsewhere around the world, prompting BMW to ramp up production of the i3 and VW to build the e-Golf for longer than originally planned. BMW has significantly increased production capacity compared to the original plan for the second half of 2020 at its Leipzig […]

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The Fastest-Selling New Cars In The U.S. Are Almost All SUVs

A study has shed light on how quickly vehicles are currently selling in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Unsurprisingly, the list is dominated by SUVs. By analyzing over 4.4 million new and used cars sold from March through June 2020, iSeeCars found that on average, it takes a new car 96.9 days to sell […]

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GM Is Having White-Collar Employees Build Trucks And The UAW Isn’t Happy

The coronavirus pandemic hammered the auto industry and a number of companies are still struggling to fully resume operations. One of them is General Motors which has been facing “high absenteeism” at their Wentzville Assembly plant, which builds the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon as well as the Express and Savana vans. To keep the […]

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