Automakers showed off their best

The 2020 Chicago Auto Show has wrapped up and people are buzzing about what they viewed while attending the show. Around 1,000 vehicles were on display throughout the two week-show for car enthusiasts to enjoy. There were some cars that got a lot of people talking. Some of those included the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, 2020 Ford GT, and the Jeep Gladiator Mojave. Each one of these cars were innovative in their own right and caused a lot of buzz and excitement.

The Japanese brand, Nissan, faced possible auto-part shortages in their U.S. and European market thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak. They produce more than 800 auto-parts in Hubei, the epicenter of the outbreak. The shortage could lead to a significant slow down or even a suspension of the output of Nissan cars. It’s estimated that the disease could cut vehicle output by about 1.7million units.

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The 8 coolest cars we saw at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show

The Chicago Auto Show was full of interesting cars this year, from performance-oriented hot hatches to minivans that have upped their game for the new model year.

Nearly 1,000 vehicles showed up in Chicago for the 112th running of the show — both new and old — and we had a long list of models we couldn’t wait to see. Read more

Summary: The 2020 Chicago Auto Show has wrapped up and people are buzzing about what they viewed while attending the show. Around 1,000 vehicles were on display throughout the two week-show.

Nissan faces global parts shortage due to coronavirus

Nissan is bracing for potential disruptions in plants in Europe and the U.S. because the coronavirus epidemic in China is leading to a parts shortage and wreaking havoc across the supply chain, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

The Japanese automaker procures more than 800 parts from factories in the outbreak epicenter of Hubei. Learn more

Summary: The Japanese brand, Nissan, faced possible auto-part shortages in their U.S. and European market thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak. They produce more than 800 auto-parts in Hubei, the epicenter of the outbreak.

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