Plans to import first Chinese cars to US scrapped amid pandemic

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It looked like after decades of promises, we’d finally see Chinese cars on US roads. The coronavirus pandemic has, however, shifted plans.

Said plans hinged on HAAH Automotive Holdings’ agreement to import vehicles from China’s Zotye and sell them at franchised US dealers. HAAH CEO Duke Hale told Automotive News on Wednesday that plans for importing a Zotye crossover are officially on the back burner.

The CEO cited a massive sales hit to

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What I learned buying a car in a pandemic – Video

It is not easy to buy a car even in normal times but I had to buy a car in the middle of a pandemic and I had to bring my kids with me.
This is how you entertain during test drives, If you’re considering buying a car I wanted to share my experiences so you can learn what to expect and you can learn how to stay safe.
If you’re wondering why I’m crazy to even be doing this well, my family and I are in a situation our we have to move out of our apartment we

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Rescheduled 2020 New York Auto Show canceled due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Here’s what the Javits Center normally looks like during auto show times.

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The 2020 New York Auto Show was originally scheduled to take place in April, but was postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association — the group that puts on the NY Auto Show — says the rescheduled event is “unfeasible,” and will thus be canceled.

“As of today, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center continues to be closed for all expo

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GMC Hummer and Cadillac Lyriq EVs on schedule despite pandemic

GM has a whole bunch of electrified vehicles on the way.

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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has not slowed General Motors down. The company says both the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer electric vehicles are on schedule, despite shutdowns around the world, though oddly, GM seems to have forgotten that it intended to reveal the Lyriq in early April.

“Product development work is proceeding at a rapid pace,” Ken Morris, vice president of electric and autonomous vehicles at GM, said while speaking with media over the phone on Tuesday. In fact, the timing of both projects

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