With foot traffic to dealerships basically nonexistent, dealerships and automakers are figuring out how to adapt in a post-pandemic world, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Many are pivoting toward virtual walkthroughs and tours.
Automakers such as Mercedes-Benz are questioning the need for big retail spaces.
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With no end in sight to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the US unemployment rate at a Depression-era-level high, people aren’t exactly rushing into car dealerships to buy cars.
Automakers and dealerships are hurting as a result. They are trying to figure out how to adapt to the current situation.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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