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Carmakers to hike prices again in January amid chip shortage, rising inflation

Several automakers in the country are planning to hike prices of vehicles from January 2022 in the wake of the ongoing chip shortage that has led to slow production despite high demand.

For over a year, automotive companies operating in India have been suffering losses due to supply disruptions and the semiconductor crisis. While the chip shortage situation has improved, most carmakers have a huge backlog due to higher demand and lower production.

In such a scenario, top vehicle manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India said on Thursday that it plans to hike prices of its models from next month to offset increased production costs. Several other car manufacturers like Tata Motors and Hyundai Motor India are also expected to hike prices to make up for losses due to higher input costs.

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What Happens to Car Collecting In an EV-Driven World?

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The eclectic Robert Lederer collection in Chicago spans the entire motoring age and exemplifies the need for specialized caretaking skills.

Jeremy Cliff

Think about the big-name car collections. The Collezione Umberto Panini in Modena, Italy. The Revs Institute in Naples, Florida. The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Now consider the real heart and soul of connoisseurship—the smaller collectors, like Hank Davis, owner of Hank’s Garage in Bucyrus, Ohio, with his 14 Edsels, or Robert Lederer, owner of Chicago Parts & Sound, whose cars you see pictured here.

Now imagine all that machinery left to rot. From the talk we heard at Monterey Car Week in August, it seems the car-collector world is facing a crisis. Future generations won’t care about vintage vehicles. The internal-combustion engine will be legislated off the road. The values of prized cars will plummet.

This story originally appeared in Volume 8 of Road & Track.

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