New York Auto Show Postponed Over Coronavirus

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March 11, 2020—The New York Auto Show has been postponed for the first time since WWII, due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, according to a report by CNBC.

The public show, which was set to begin early next month, is now scheduled for Aug. 28 through Sept. 6. The event draws more than 1 million  people annually. The show was cancelled during WWII for two years. 

Following the cancellations of auto shows, many automakers are shifting to remote debuts online.

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