In another sign of the pandemic’s unequal impact on American consumers, sales of vehicles costing less than $20,000 plummeted 35% in 2020 while sales of many high-end vehicles rose 20% or more compared to the previous year, according to data through November 2020 reported by Forbes.

The U.S. economy imploded earlier this year before bouncing back, but job losses were heavily concentrated among Americans in lower-income brackets, depriving them of income they might otherwise have used to buy cars, sport utility vehicles (SUVs) or pickups, analysts said.