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Traditionalists and heavy coat enthusiasts scoffed at the decision to move the Detroit Auto Show from January to June starting this year, even though the schedule change was made to drum up attendance and allow for outdoor events. Of course, now it won’t be happening at all in 2020, as the show’s TCF Center has been converted into a coronavirus field hospital.

Electric truck startup Rivian is pushing back its launch to 2021 as COVID-19 delays its Normal factory retooling.

One thing that separates car enthusiasts from regular people is their attitude towards old cars.

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