Get the latest information on the effect of the pandemic on the auto industry and the consumer.

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Some Car Insurance Companies Giving Customers Partial Refunds during Pandemic
People are driving way less. Here are details of how some companies are giving some premium money back to drivers, while others conside…
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IL Fiat Chrysler Plant Idle After Auto Industry Shuts Down Due To Coronavirus
Automakers Are Extending Production Shutdowns into April, May
Reuters first reported that FCA, Ford, and GM were extending shutdowns; those plans have been confirmed and other automakers have also …
Here Are the Automakers and Others Aiding Coronavirus Relief

These companies are taking heroic measures that we'll want to remember long after this is all over.

Aston Martin Works Fixing NHS Workers' Cars
Aston Martin's Classic-Car Division Fixing Health-Care Workers' Cars Free

The workshop that generally services and restores Astons will be seeing a range of vehicles during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Lamborghini is Hand Stitching Masks and 3D-Printing Face Shields
The Italian supercar company is making these essential supplies at its Sant’Agata Bolognese manufacturing center in Italy amid the COVI…
Rhode Island, Texas, Florida Cops Target Out-of-State Plates to Curb Virus Spread

Rhode Island visitors are told to self-quarantine and share their address with authorities.

FCA Rolls Out Zero Percent Financing, No Payments for 90 Days

The deal is good on many 2019 and 2020 Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram models.

Coronavirus EMergency In New York
Making Room for Social Distancing, Some City Streets Go Car-Free
City dwellers needing fresh air while social distancing are getting it with closed streets, and a crowdsourced database is keeping trac…
GM Delays Updated Chevy, GMC, and Cadillac Models: Report
The refreshed Equinox and Silverado now won't arrive until 2021, and production of the new Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, and Escalade may be …
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Mercedes-AMG CPAP for Coronavirus
Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 Team Adds CPAP Machines to COVID-19 Fight

In the U.K., Mercedes-AMG is building CPAP devices to help more coronavirus patients avoid needing intensive care and ventilators.

Paris Auto Show This Fall Canceled amid Coronavirus Concerns
The autumn event, which was to be open to the public October 1–11, is the latest in a string of auto show cancellations and reschedulin…
Ford, GE to Build 50,000 Ventilators by July 4 at Michigan Plant
The coronavirus-treating equipment will be built starting the week of April 20 at Ford's Rawsonville plant, with the first 1500 to be r…
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How Electric-Vehicle Startups Are Coping in Coronavirus Pandemic
Fisker, Lucid, Rivian, and others: What's the latest with the big plans and announcements of upcoming models, now that we're in a globa…
Detroit Auto Show Canceled: Venue to Become Field Hospital for Coronavirus

The show's dates in June are off because FEMA has selected the TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo, for emergency medical services.

Trump Invokes Defense Act to Compel GM to Make Ventilators
A day after the president questioned the number of ventilators needed, he has invoked the Defense Production Act to require GM to produ…
103rd Indianapolis 500 - Winner's Portraits
Indy 500 Moved to August 23

The 104th running of the classic race, held on Memorial Day weekend for many decades, moves because of coronavirus.

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Every Automaker That Offers Incentives, Loan Support in Pandemic
Manufacturers are looking to boost sales, but they're also looking to help customers stay in their cars. Here’s a continuously updated …
More Shutdowns Announced amid Pandemic (Updated)

Plant closures are expanding across the U.S., impacting both the domestic and foreign automakers.

How Ford Is Using Seat Ventilation Fans to Build Thousands of Respirators

An ingenious solution to provide needed aid to frontline emergency workers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Automakers Step Up to Challenge of Helping in Coronavirus Pandemic
President Trump could use the Defense Production Act to get automakers to pivot to making medical equipment, but they're so proactive i…