The big decisions facing auto industry bosses right now require self-awareness and self-management to effectively lead in a time of crisis.
Activity is expected to fall this year amid the coronavirus outbreak, but is likely to heat up again by the end of the year, industry experts say.
Analysts say the majority of customers who have disappeared from showrooms are simply waiting for a period of more stability and economic confidence -- and in many states, for orders keeping them at home to be lifted.
A front trunk rather than an internal-combustion engine is key to lowering serious injury.
The automaker began offering no-contact deliveries as part of a new online sales system in February, as the coronavirus outbreak was spreading quickly across China.