Beverly Braga | April 3, 2020
This past week, we continually updated our coronavirus payment plans and programs hub with new information, and as final March auto industry sales numbers rolled in, the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear. People quit buying cars, and April is looking grim.
But that’s not everything that was happening in the automotive space.
To help achieve its goal of global carbon neutrality by 2050, German luxury automaker Audi introduces the 2020 E-tron Sportback – a follow-up to the recently launched Audi E-tron SUV and the second of four all-electric vehicles the company plans to lRead the full article
This past week, we’ve reported about the latest Hyundai Sonata crash-test ratings, the dashing of Audi’s Level 3 autonomous driving hopes, and Lincoln’s cancelation of a Rivian-based EV. But that’s not everything that was happening in the automotiveRead the full article