Organizers are putting the brakes on the 2021 Geneva International Motor Show. It was scheduled for March of next year in Switzerland, but most exhibitors had already pulled out of the event. This year’s Geneva International Motor Show was canceled in February as coronavirus started to hit. At least half a million visitors usually come.
— Verge Transportation (@vergecars) June 29, 2020
Other auto shows have also been scrapped this year, including those in New York and Detroit. Car companies usually use events like these to debut their latest models and unveil concept cars. As the pandemic continues, most are now doing online launches.
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