Just over two years ago, humanity was dealt a rather undesirable set of cards. The pandemic brought the entire world to a standstill, as the contagious virus crept across the globe like an itchy blanket. Life as we knew it came to an end, with events such as auto shows relegated to a pre-Covid past.
Thankfully, as America and many other nations seem to be returning to normality, motoring-related events have made a comeback. For example, the New York Auto Show is set to commence in April, following an unfortunate two-year pause. While this is great news, other motor shows haven’t been so lucky. Due to a sharp uptick of coronavirus cases in China, the 2022 Beijing Auto Show is expected to be canceled.