Multiple issues, from COVID to the chip shortage, strike down the Geneva Motor Show again.
After a two-year hiatus, Geneva Motor Show organizers were planning to bring the event back in March 2022. Now, though, the group responsible for the auto show says it will not happen next year after all. This isn’t just a case of postponing the show for a month or two, either — the foundation Comité permanent du Salon international de l’automobile decided to delay it for an entire year.
Here’s their rationale:
Organizers are already looking toward 2023
While both COVID-19 and production issues led exhibitors to cancel, according to the event’s organizers, there is a commitment to bring the Geneva Motor Show back in early 2023. With such uncertain times in the industry, though, it’s best to take any forward-looking statements with a grain of salt.
Once again, the last auto show we’ve been able to attend is the 2021 Chicago Auto Show. Check out our thoughts on that below: