Carmakers are stripping out digital bells and whistles as global chips shortages send assemblers back to analogue features

//Carmakers are stripping out digital bells and whistles as global chips shortages send assemblers back to analogue features

Carmakers are stripping out digital bells and whistles as global chips shortages send assemblers back to analogue features

When automakers were first hit with chip shortages at the end of last year, they tried idling factories until the troubles blew over. But with the crisis stretching into its fifth month and getting worse, they’re getting creative to keep at least some production moving forward.Nissan is leaving navigation systems out of thousands of vehicles that typically would have them because of the shortages. Ram no longer offers its 1500 pickups with a standard “intelligent” rear view mirror that monitors…

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By | 2021-05-06T09:36:04+00:00 May 6th, 2021|Technology|Comments Off on Carmakers are stripping out digital bells and whistles as global chips shortages send assemblers back to analogue features