Nissan is reportedly cutting navigation-supplied vehicles by a third.
This follows Ford’s announcement in March that it will build F150 trucks and Edge SUVs without some infotainment features due to semiconductor shortages. In Ford’s case, it builds the vehicles and then holds them for “a number of weeks,” until it can get the proper modules, before shipping the cars to dealerships.
Also in March, General Motors announced that it was building some of its 2021 trucks without a fuel management module due to chip shortages. It is not holding the trucks but releasing them to dealers without the module, which will lower the fuel economy of those vehicles by one mile per gallon.
Source: Automotive News