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The Global Semiconductor Shortage Is Attracting Manufacturers To North America – Signature Auto Group New York Excited To Offer More Inventory To Customers | State

BROOKLYN, N.Y., Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Signature Auto Group, a premier online car leasing company, with offices in both Brooklyn, NY and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is excited to see semiconductor manufacturers opening new factories and supply chains in the United States and the rest of North America. All this in an effort to combat the current global chip shortage which has taken a toll on car inventory across the globe. With automotive and technology prices skyrocketing across the board, new factories in the United States will help to alleviate supply shortages.

The automotive industry has experienced a multitude of issues stemming from semiconductor shortages, such as manufacturing delays and part shortages. As demand for new vehicles continues to rise, prices across the board have increased, for both leasing and financing of new cars. Due to this, the used car market has seen an increase in

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Here are the cars representing North America

Hot Wheels has selected the five cars that will represent the United States and Canada in the grand finale of the 2021 Legends Tour. One of these five wild, one-of-a-kind custom builds could get the honor of being immortalized as a 1/64-scale model that will be sold globally.

Working closely with noted designers and other prominent figures in the automotive scene, Hot Wheels has spent the past few months traveling around the globe in search of the most unique cars. We’ve seen it all: a 1965 Ford Econoline nicknamed Grass Hopper and powered by a mid-mounted V8, a chopped 1929 Ford Model A whose roof panel comes from a Nissan Quest minivan, and a one-of-a-kind 2007 Chevrolet Corvette are just some of the highlights. Selecting five cars from such an illustrious group was easier said than done.

One of the finalists is a 1991 Porsche 911 that has been built

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North America automotive green tires market to surpass $44.5 billion by 2027

According to a recent study from market research firm Graphical Research, the North America automotive green tires market size is set to register a significant growth during the forecast timeframe, due to the growing adoption of technologically advanced and sustainable automobile solutions across the region. The spiraling demand for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) is also likely to have a positive bearing on the progression of the market through the next few years.

With several initiatives made toward the reduction of environmental footprint across the North American region, automotive green tires market is expected to undergo a substantial transformation. Green tires can effectively address the need for sustainable transport solutions as they are eco-friendly and fuel efficient. They are manufactured using more than 200 ingredients and 20 rubber varieties for achieving exceptional performance, wet grip, and handling.

The accelerated demand for eco-friendly tires and green

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Chinese cars aren’t coming to America via HAAH as firm files for bankruptcy

This was the luxury SUV HAAH planned to sell under the new Vantas brand. It’s just a rebadged Chery.


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The promise of Chinese cars landing on US soil is, yet again, broken. Automotive News reported Monday HAAH Automotive Holdings, a big player hoping to import Chinese cars to the US, has filed for bankruptcy after a seven-year-long journey. The publication spoke with HAAH CEO Duke Hale, who delivered the news. HAAH did not immediately return Roadshow’s request for comment on the filing.

With the news, the US will not see the planned Vantas or T-GO brands HAAH wanted to launch in the US. The cars from both brands were to come from China’s Chery Automobile Company. HAAH first aimed to simply import the cars through a Chery joint venture, then pivoted last year to say it would actually build the cars in the US. The company never announced a

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