COVID-19 Resources

 

CAR researchers are monitoring the impact of the coronavirus outbreak (officially known as 2019-nCoV)—especially as it may impact the auto industry globally. Here are CAR resources and a selection of external resources to keep you informed on the automotive impact of the virus:

Webinars:

7/30: MICHauto and CAR Present: The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Michigan’s Automotive Industry  |  Register

6/16: Window on Washington: Automotive Policy & the COVID-19 Pandemic  |  Watch Recording

5/20: Additive Manufacturing for Rapid Response  |  Watch Recording

5/7: COVID-19 and Impact to Dealerships:  M&A, Customer Expectations, and Virtual/Remote Operations  |  Watch Recording

4/30: 2020 Automotive Outlook Webinar  |  Watch Recording

How Data Will Help Your Business Come Back Online in the Wake of COVID19  |  Watch Recording

The Playbook for Restarting Production  |  Watch Recording

Arsenal of Health: How Automakers & Suppliers Are Stepping Up to Support the Medical Response to the COVID-19 Crisis | Watch Recording

Coronavirus Update: Disruption and the Impact to the Auto Industry  |  Watch Recording  |  Download PDF

Window on Washington: A View on the Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Crisis  |  Watch Recording  |  Download PDF

Feature Stories

June Update: Restarting Automotive Manufacturing After the Coronavirus Pandemic

Future mobility: Limiting the spread of disease through bacteria and virus resisting materials

Restarting Automotive Manufacturing After the Coronavirus Pandemic

Opinion: There’s another crucial thing the Trump administration should do for the auto industry

What Does the Coronavirus Mean To The Mobility Industry?

Opinion: America must enlist the ‘arsenal of democracy’ to combat coronavirus

Please consider donating to CAR to support unfunded COVID-19 research.

Mission:

CAR’s mission is to conduct independent research and analysis to educate, inform and advise stakeholders, policy makers, and the general public on critical issues facing the automotive industry, and the industry’s impact on the U.S. economy and society.

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