How the pandemic is changing how many do business

The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic is having adverse effects on almost every industry in the world, including the automotive industry. Many things have been forced to be changed in terms of how we conduct business and how we go about our daily lives. The auto sales industry is no exception. Up until now, it has remained largely untouched in how they meet with customers and sell cars from large lots. However, due to new safety standards, they may be forced to rethink how to reach and sell to potential customers.

The new 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S has finally reached dealers lots. The new model of electric vehicle has an EPA estimated range of 203 miles. One of the best features of this new model is that the range stays relatively the same whether you are driving in cold climates or warm, unlike many other electric vehicles. Most electric vehicle models can have their ranges vary about 30 miles depending on the weather.

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Pandemic may force car dealers into the 21st century

The auto industry has been taking painful (and expensive) steps to prepare for a radical new future of how we get around, one centered around electrification, autonomy and city mobility. But one aspect of the business that can’t be bothered to change much is the car dealership model, which has largely remained the same for decades now.

It’s still brick-and-mortar stores, in-house financing, aggressive upselling, physical paperwork only, endless haggling, hold-onto-your-keys trickery and little league sponsorships, despite how you can buy almost anything else fully online now. Learn more

Summary: Many things have been forced to be changed in terms of how we conduct business and how we go about our daily lives. The auto sales industry is no exception. Up until now, it has remained largely untouched in how they meet with customers and sell cars from large lots.

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The world is currently changing very rapidly with the state of the COVID-19 virus. The Illinois Department Of Commerce and Economic Opportunity's executive order 20-10 identifies automotive repair services an essential business for Illinois.
Chicago Autohaus is still open for business and putting our customers first. We are taking every precaution necessary to keep our facility meticulously sanitized - every vehicle is thoroughly wiped down with alcohol before leaving the shop and our staff is applying hand sanitizer before and after each appointment. Alcohol is an important component in killing this virus as it is not a living organism but a protein molecule protected by a thin layer of lipid (fat), it is not killed, but decays on its own. Alcohol or any mixture with alcohol over 65% DISSOLVES ANY FAT, especially the external lipid layer of the virus.
Worried about leaving your house? Chicago Autohaus has its own tow fleet to pick up and deliver your car in pristine condition AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. We can even handle all the paperwork electronically. Contact us today for top notch service and pricing!
See - How to properly clean your vehicle to reduce the risk of coronavirus