Auto parts made in China are now being flown into Europe as the Coronavirus sweeps through factories and puts a hold on production. Even though flying these parts is more expensive, Jaguar Land Rover says it is currently necessary to keep the factories in Europe open. Other car manufacturers are also experiencing similar issues, especially if the parts no longer coming in are considered ‘critical.’ Currently, Jaguar will run out of 17 parts within two weeks if the current parts flow continues to dwindle. It is unclear if production will halt if this occurs, and there is currently no demand or car market in China.
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