The pandemic is changing how people buy cars forever as dealerships post virtual tours on YouTube and bring cars to customers’ homes to test drive

With foot traffic to dealerships basically nonexistent, dealerships and automakers are figuring out how to adapt in a post-pandemic world, reports the Wall Street Journal. Many are pivoting toward virtual walkthroughs and tours. Automakers such as Mercedes-Benz are questioning the need for big retail spaces. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

With no end in sight to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the US unemployment rate at a Depression-era-level high, people aren’t exactly rushing into car dealerships to buy cars.

Automakers and dealerships are hurting as a result. They are trying to figure out how to

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