The world’s largest 2022 Beijing auto show, which takes place between China’s Shanghai and Beijing, has been canceled due to Kovid. In this auto show, the world’s biggest automakers unveil their new vehicles such as General Motors, Volkswagen, Toyota, and many more automakers.
But now this auto show which was to be held at the end of April 2022 has been canceled. On 10 November 2022, the show’s organizer issued a notice saying that due to the increasing outbreak of Corona and the current situation, this year’s auto show will not be held.
However, in view of the outbreak of Corona over the last few years, many automakers have found different ways to unveil their new vehicles, especially online. For example, you can look at Nio which now unveils most of its vehicles online.
On the other hand, the sad thing is that the Geneva Motor Show has not started since 2019 but it is now expected to be held in Doha Qatar next year. And next week the 2022 LA Auto Show will start. Although the corona epidemic is still under control in America, in view of the changing situation in China, the situation in America may also change.
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Juan Vasquez, or “juantio,” is an Automotive Engineer from Brooklyn with over seven years at Standard Motor Products. He’s also the Chief Editor at SUV Bazar. An active member of the SMP Softball team, Juan is affiliated with giants like Siemens and Google. He’s currently seeking new opportunities in automation engineering.