Because of the Kovid-19 pandemic, the organizers of the event, which were scheduled for April, were forced to reschedule it for August. With the world still battling coronaviruses, the organizers have decided to cancel the show for this year.
Moreover, the Javits Center, which hosts the event every year, has now moved to a field hospital to treat Kovid-19 patients.
However, the facility has not yet been used as a treatment center, but is still available to operate when the need arises.
Now, the Motor Show 2021 is set for April 2 to April 11. Moreover, since the government has issued orders to stay at home and to keep the meetings as close as possible, there is little chance of the event happening.
The Geneva Motor Show was the first automotive event to be stopped due to the Corona virus, followed by the Detroit Auto Show and the Paris Motor Show.
The epidemic of coronavirus has greatly influenced the automotive industry. From the cancellation of motorsport events to the discontinuation of manufacturing operations, many activities were affected.
However, car manufacturers have gradually resumed operations in manufacturing centers following specific guidelines and necessary precautions.
Ford is expected to bring some exciting new products, including the Bronco Sport, at the 2020 New York Auto Show. The vehicle was believed to be revealed by manufacturers in April this year.
While many car manufacturers are still controlling their launch schedules, many manufacturers have left the New York show before the virus hit.