The 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was a virtual event this year. It ran from January 11th through the 14th. Our team has highlighted vehicles, concepts, and new automotive technologies unveiled at the show.
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AutoKnowledge has monitored press releases and aggregated content for vehicles that have premiered online due to this year's auto show cancellations.
AutoKnowledge has monitored press releases and aggregated content for vehicles that have premiered online since several major auto show cancelations were announced (Geneva, New York, Detroit, etc).
GM's EV Day on March 4th, 2020 followed up on announcements from their Capital Markets Day in February where they announced their roadmap for future models, their updated BEV3 electric vehicle platform, and information on Cadillac's first all-electric SUV.
The 2020 Geneva Motor Show has been canceled due to caution over the coronavirus spread.
AutoKnowledge monitored press releases and aggregated content for the vehicles that were supposed to debut on March 3rd and 4th, 2020.
The Geneva International Motor Show also shared a link where they hosted a "Virtual Press Day" with press conferences and premieres broadcast online: