Automakers Improving Online Shopping & Increasingly Offering Online Ordering [Video]

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Published on July 28th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor


July 28th, 2020 by  

Originally published by EV Annex.
by Charles Morris

Auto dealers have waged a long (and mostly losing) legal and legislative battle against Tesla’s direct-to-consumer sales model. While Tesla has won the right to sell directly to car buyers in many US states, the dealers’ relationship with major automakers hasn’t changed — they remain an integral part of the retail process. Their showrooms, however, are beginning to move online.

In response to the pandemic, Autoline speaks with Consumer Reports about the transition to online auto sales. (Image: screenshot of Autoline Network video on YouTube)

It’s important to note that Tesla’s adversaries in this war have been dealers and their trade groups. The automakers themselves have not typically been directly involved in the conflict, and to the best of my knowledge, none of them have had much to say about …

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