Auto shows across the globe have been forced to cancel or delay due to COVID-19.
After a long delay, Thailand opened its twice-postponed Bangkok international motor show to the public as coronavirus restrictions eased, with nearly all attendees wearing masks and face shields.
25 car brands -- including Toyota, Audi, Lexus, Nissan, BMW, Mazda, Ford, Suzuki, Hyundai -- and 22 motorcycle manufacturers were on show.
IMAGE: The 41st Bangkok International Motor Show begins after the Thai government eased measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, July 15, 2020. All Photographs: Jorge Silva/Reuters
IMAGE: Models wearing face shields pose with an Audi TT RS Coupe.
IMAGE: A customer checks out the Lexus LM 300h.
IMAGE: A worker carries a safety distance sign during the Bangkok auto show.
IMAGE: The Suzuki Swift.
IMAGE: The Nissan stand.
IMAGE: The BMW M8.
IMAGE: A couple inspects the Mazda CX-5.
IMAGE: Cars! Cars! Cars!
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