Semiconductor Shortage is Chipping Away at Car Safety Features
The ongoing semiconductor chip shortage has some new car buyers looking over their shoulders. Not for good deals, but for oncoming traffic. Automakers struggling to build vehicles during the supply crisis of these essential components have had to remove a variety of electronic features from their vehicles to keep the assembly lines moving over the past two years. Everything from heated seats to fuel-saving cylinder-deactivation systems and touchscreen displays have been removed at times.
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