New York auto show canceled due to the spreading coronavirus delta variant


Ian Callum and the Jaguar I-Pace accept the award for the 2019 World Car Award at the New York Auto Show in New York on April 17th, 2019.

Adam Jeffery | CNBC

Organizers of the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday canceled the event due to concerns about the coronavirus delta variant.

The show was scheduled to open to the public on Aug. 20. It had been postponed since April of last year due to the global health crisis. It was the first time the show had been rescheduled since WWII.

“At the onset of planning for the August Show, we were increasingly excited at the prospect of hosting the event as the number of vaccinations in New York continued to climb and mask-wearing reduced the…


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