“Coronavirus warehouse” thousands of unsold cars at RAF UK

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“Coronavirus warehouse” thousands of unsold cars at RAF UK

The photo with the bird’s eye view published by the British newspaper Daily Mail. On the picture you can see that almost the entire territory of the former military base now occupied by new cars that dealers are unable to implement due to a sharp drop in sales.

The total number of cars drawn up at the base, reaches at least a couple of thousand pieces. According to the Daily Mail, in the Parking lot you can find a variety of machines, from MINI to Jaguar and Land Rover. All in all, according to the edition, the cost of unsold cars up to 35 million pounds.

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The pandemic coronavirus demand for new cars in the UK fell to the level of the post-war 1946. In April the country implemented only 871 the car is a 97 percent worse than a year ago.

So far, the automakers are planning to store the cars in the Parking lot of the airbase in a few weeks, and then the dealers will take the car back and try to sell them. However, if the situation with the virus will not improve, and dealerships will open later than anticipated, the car will carry air force base much longer.

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