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International car shows were thought to be a thing of the past, on their way to oblivion before Covid-19 struck because of exorbitant costs and public disinterest, and finally put out of their misery by the industry’s coronavirus global shutdown.
Yet this week in Munich, Germany, there’s an event scheduled called the IAA
(Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung) Mobility motor show. The exhibition takes over the time slot in the calendar from the biennial but now deceased Frankfurt car show, and before you become too excited, get this description from IHS Markit
“Reflecting the immense changes the automotive industry is currently undergoing, the show’s organizers have looked to create a new concept that is more dynamic, with an emphasis on practical demonstrations of…