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Last Updated: March 23, 9:00 a.m. EST

  • Audi: All Audi production facilities in Europe have begun to suspend operations. Impacts of this production stop are yet to be determined but will likely affect all carlines produced in Europe.
  • BMW: BMW is suspending European plant operations through April 19th.  This impacts sedan production (except 3-series) as well as X1, X2 and all MINI production.  At this point North American production continues, covering the X3, X4, X5, X6, X7 and 3-series sedan.
  • FCA: FCA has halted production at all North American plants until 3/31. Shipments are continuing as normal for any vehicles built prior to the plant shutdowns.
  • Ford: Ford is halting production at all North American plants until 3/30. They will continue to accept orders but production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Ford transportation will not cease, as it is not part of the UAW. Ford has delayed this week’s scheduling for all vehicle lines because of unforeseen plant downtime and operational plan changes due to COVID-19.
  • GM: GM is suspending all production in North America until March 30. It will take several days to complete the shutdown and operations will be evaluated weekly after that. GM will continue to accept orders and production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Logistics will not currently be affected by the plant shutdown. Those vehicles built and available to ship will ship.
  • Hyundai: Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama has suspended production after a team member tested positive for COVID-19. Some dealers in New York and New Jersey are not taking shipments, so vehicles there will be delayed.
  • Kia: Kia production is proceeding as normal. Corporate employees are working from home until March 30.
  • Mazda: Mazda product and plants are not severely affected with current production.
  • Mercedes Benz: The Van Division has temporarily halted production at its plants in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Charleston, South Carolina, until 4/6. Daimler has closed several manufacturing facilities in Europe affecting the passenger car group. The Van Division will provide an update later this week.
  • Nissan: Nissan has halted production at all North American plants until 4/6. Most of the corporate office is working from home and are available to support.
  • Subaru: Subaru of Indiana Automotive is suspending production from March 23 -29. This plant produces the Outback, Legacy, Ascent, and Impreza models. Other North American production facilities are currently operating normal schedules and plan to continue to accept, produce and deliver commercial orders.
  • Toyota: Toyota has announced a temporary shut-down of their manufacturing plants in North America until 4/3. They currently plan to resume production on Monday, 4/6. Their service parts depots and vehicle logistics centers will continue to operate. They will continue to accept orders at this time. Headquarters employees are working from home. Several Las Vegas dealers closed their sales departments due to local/state mandate.
  • Volkswagen: Volkswagen has suspended European production. Factories in Germany, Slovakia, Spain, and Portugal will wind down, as will components plants throughout in Europe. Production is expected to stop for two weeks, initially. Additionally, Volkswagen’s factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is closing from 3/23 – 3/30. This factory produces the Passat, Atlas, and Atlas Cross Sport. Volkswagen is closing its plant in Puebla, Mexico, from 3/30 – 4/6. This plant produces the Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI, and Tiguan models.As of 3/19,  the decision has been made to stop shipping fleet courtesy deliveries to our Volkswagen dealerships effective immediately through March 31st. Anything that has already left the port will continue on to the dealership unless the status of the dealership operations changes. Anything currently at port or arriving into their ports will be held until 3/31.

Last Updated: March 23, 9:00 a.m. EST

  • Audi: All Audi production facilities in Europe have begun to suspend operations. Impacts of this production stop are yet to be determined but will likely affect all carlines produced in Europe.
  • BMW: BMW is suspending European plant operations through April 19th.  This impacts sedan production (except 3-series) as well as X1, X2 and all MINI production.  At this point North American production continues, covering the X3, X4, X5, X6, X7 and 3-series sedan.
  • FCA: FCA has halted production at all North American plants until 3/31. Shipments are continuing as normal for any vehicles built prior to the plant shutdowns.
  • Ford: Ford is halting production at all North American plants until 3/30. They will continue to accept orders but production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Ford transportation will not cease, as it is not part of the UAW. Ford has delayed this week’s scheduling for all vehicle lines because of unforeseen plant downtime and operational plan changes due to COVID-19.
  • GM: GM is suspending all production in North America until March 30. It will take several days to complete the shutdown and operations will be evaluated weekly after that. GM will continue to accept orders and production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Logistics will not currently be affected by the plant shutdown. Those vehicles built and available to ship will ship.
  • Hyundai: Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama has suspended production after a team member tested positive for COVID-19. Some dealers in New York and New Jersey are not taking shipments, so vehicles there will be delayed.
  • Kia: Kia production is proceeding as normal. Corporate employees are working from home until March 30.
  • Mazda: Mazda product and plants are not severely affected with current production.
  • Mercedes Benz: The Van Division has temporarily halted production at its plants in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Charleston, South Carolina, until 4/6. Daimler has closed several manufacturing facilities in Europe affecting the passenger car group. The Van Division will provide an update later this week.
  • Nissan: Nissan has halted production at all North American plants until 4/6. Most of the corporate office is working from home and are available to support.
  • Subaru: Subaru of Indiana Automotive is suspending production from March 23 -29. This plant produces the Outback, Legacy, Ascent, and Impreza models. Other North American production facilities are currently operating normal schedules and plan to continue to accept, produce and deliver commercial orders.
  • Toyota: Toyota has announced a temporary shut-down of their manufacturing plants in North America until 4/3. They currently plan to resume production on Monday, 4/6. Their service parts depots and vehicle logistics centers will continue to operate. They will continue to accept orders at this time. Headquarters employees are working from home. Several Las Vegas dealers closed their sales departments due to local/state mandate.
  • Volkswagen: Volkswagen has suspended European production. Factories in Germany, Slovakia, Spain, and Portugal will wind down, as will components plants throughout in Europe. Production is expected to stop for two weeks, initially. Additionally, Volkswagen’s factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is closing from 3/23 – 3/30. This factory produces the Passat, Atlas, and Atlas Cross Sport. Volkswagen is closing its plant in Puebla, Mexico, from 3/30 – 4/6. This plant produces the Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI, and Tiguan models.As of 3/19,  the decision has been made to stop shipping fleet courtesy deliveries to our Volkswagen dealerships effective immediately through March 31st. Anything that has already left the port will continue on to the dealership unless the status of the dealership operations changes. Anything currently at port or arriving into their ports will be held until 3/31.

Last Updated: March 23, 9:00 a.m. EST

  • Audi: All Audi production facilities in Europe have begun to suspend operations. Impacts of this production stop are yet to be determined but will likely affect all carlines produced in Europe.
  • BMW: BMW is suspending European plant operations through April 19th.  This impacts sedan production (except 3-series) as well as X1, X2 and all MINI production.  At this point North American production continues, covering the X3, X4, X5, X6, X7 and 3-series sedan.
  • FCA: FCA has halted production at all North American plants until 3/31. Shipments are continuing as normal for any vehicles built prior to the plant shutdowns.
  • Ford: Ford is halting production at all North American plants until 3/30. They will continue to accept orders but production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Ford transportation will not cease, as it is not part of the UAW. Ford has delayed this week’s scheduling for all vehicle lines because of unforeseen plant downtime and operational plan changes due to COVID-19.
  • GM: GM is suspending all production in North America until March 30. It will take several days to complete the shutdown and operations will be evaluated weekly after that. GM will continue to accept orders and production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Logistics will not currently be affected by the plant shutdown. Those vehicles built and available to ship will ship.
  • Hyundai: Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama has suspended production after a team member tested positive for COVID-19. Some dealers in New York and New Jersey are not taking shipments, so vehicles there will be delayed.
  • Kia: Kia production is proceeding as normal. Corporate employees are working from home until March 30.
  • Mazda: Mazda product and plants are not severely affected with current production.
  • Mercedes Benz: The Van Division has temporarily halted production at its plants in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Charleston, South Carolina, until 4/6. Daimler has closed several manufacturing facilities in Europe affecting the passenger car group. The Van Division will provide an update later this week.
  • Nissan: Nissan has halted production at all North American plants until 4/6. Most of the corporate office is working from home and are available to support.
  • Subaru: Subaru of Indiana Automotive is suspending production from March 23 -29. This plant produces the Outback, Legacy, Ascent, and Impreza models. Other North American production facilities are currently operating normal schedules and plan to continue to accept, produce and deliver commercial orders.
  • Toyota: Toyota has announced a temporary shut-down of their manufacturing plants in North America until 4/3. They currently plan to resume production on Monday, 4/6. Their service parts depots and vehicle logistics centers will continue to operate. They will continue to accept orders at this time. Headquarters employees are working from home. Several Las Vegas dealers closed their sales departments due to local/state mandate.
  • Volkswagen: Volkswagen has suspended European production. Factories in Germany, Slovakia, Spain, and Portugal will wind down, as will components plants throughout in Europe. Production is expected to stop for two weeks, initially. Additionally, Volkswagen’s factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is closing from 3/23 – 3/30. This factory produces the Passat, Atlas, and Atlas Cross Sport. Volkswagen is closing its plant in Puebla, Mexico, from 3/30 – 4/6. This plant produces the Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI, and Tiguan models.As of 3/19,  the decision has been made to stop shipping fleet courtesy deliveries to our Volkswagen dealerships effective immediately through March 31st. Anything that has already left the port will continue on to the dealership unless the status of the dealership operations changes. Anything currently at port or arriving into their ports will be held until 3/31.

Last Updated: March 23, 9:00 a.m. EST

  • Audi: All Audi production facilities in Europe have begun to suspend operations. Impacts of this production stop are yet to be determined but will likely affect all carlines produced in Europe.
  • BMW: BMW is suspending European plant operations through April 19th.  This impacts sedan production (except 3-series) as well as X1, X2 and all MINI production.  At this point North American production continues, covering the X3, X4, X5, X6, X7 and 3-series sedan.
  • FCA: FCA has halted production at all North American plants until 3/31. Shipments are continuing as normal for any vehicles built prior to the plant shutdowns.
  • Ford: Ford is halting production at all North American plants until 3/30. They will continue to accept orders but production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Ford transportation will not cease, as it is not part of the UAW. Ford has delayed this week’s scheduling for all vehicle lines because of unforeseen plant downtime and operational plan changes due to COVID-19.
  • GM: GM is suspending all production in North America until March 30. It will take several days to complete the shutdown and operations will be evaluated weekly after that. GM will continue to accept orders and production dates will be affected by this action; the extent at this time is not known. Logistics will not currently be affected by the plant shutdown. Those vehicles built and available to ship will ship.
  • Hyundai: Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama has suspended production after a team member tested positive for COVID-19. Some dealers in New York and New Jersey are not taking shipments, so vehicles there will be delayed.
  • Kia: Kia production is proceeding as normal. Corporate employees are working from home until March 30.
  • Mazda: Mazda product and plants are not severely affected with current production.
  • Mercedes Benz: The Van Division has temporarily halted production at its plants in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Charleston, South Carolina, until 4/6. Daimler has closed several manufacturing facilities in Europe affecting the passenger car group. The Van Division will provide an update later this week.
  • Nissan: Nissan has halted production at all North American plants until 4/6. Most of the corporate office is working from home and are available to support.
  • Subaru: Subaru of Indiana Automotive is suspending production from March 23 -29. This plant produces the Outback, Legacy, Ascent, and Impreza models. Other North American production facilities are currently operating normal schedules and plan to continue to accept, produce and deliver commercial orders.
  • Toyota: Toyota has announced a temporary shut-down of their manufacturing plants in North America until 4/3. They currently plan to resume production on Monday, 4/6. Their service parts depots and vehicle logistics centers will continue to operate. They will continue to accept orders at this time. Headquarters employees are working from home. Several Las Vegas dealers closed their sales departments due to local/state mandate.
  • Volkswagen: Volkswagen has suspended European production. Factories in Germany, Slovakia, Spain, and Portugal will wind down, as will components plants throughout in Europe. Production is expected to stop for two weeks, initially. Additionally, Volkswagen’s factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is closing from 3/23 – 3/30. This factory produces the Passat, Atlas, and Atlas Cross Sport. Volkswagen is closing its plant in Puebla, Mexico, from 3/30 – 4/6. This plant produces the Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI, and Tiguan models.As of 3/19,  the decision has been made to stop shipping fleet courtesy deliveries to our Volkswagen dealerships effective immediately through March 31st. Anything that has already left the port will continue on to the dealership unless the status of the dealership operations changes. Anything currently at port or arriving into their ports will be held until 3/31.