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The top 5 stories of the week: Baltimore bridge collapse; New York auto show

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore has the auto industry searching for workarounds as the city’s busy port — a major hub for car and parts shipments — remains closed. Six people are missing and presumed dead from the accident.

That was the top story of the week, as determined by Automotive News reader interest.

Here a rundown:


Hyundai, Kia and Genesis grabbed most of the spotlight at the New York International Auto Show with freshened models and EV concepts.


The U.S. automotive supply chain will be disrupted by the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, dealing another blow to America’s automotive ecosystem still recovering from pandemic-related setbacks.


Duff Capital Investors, owned by billionaire brothers James and Thomas Duff, is quietly buying dealerships in the siblings’ home state of Mississippi.


Fisker dramatically reduced the price of the Ocean crossover — its only model — as the EV maker struggles to stay in business.


Electric vehicle owners are noticing vehicle tires wearing faster than those on gasoline-powered vehicles, according to the J.D. Power 2024 U.S. Original Equipment Tire Customer Satisfaction Study.


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