In this regard, Sigmar Gabriel, former Minister of Economy of Germany and current Minister of Foreign Affairs, recommended that the United States focus on building more attractive car models rather than penalizing competition.
“If American buyers choose German models, as Trump suggests, then America needs to build better cars,” he said. “The US auto industry is getting worse, weaker and more expensive.
In the new model there are many details that were disappointing: first, electronics; Second, the ineffective air pockets. In addition, rear seat belts gave passengers little protection against abdominal injuries, while the rear seat lash protection was also poor.
US President Donald Trump has previously expressed concern about the fate in Europe of US cars, even saying that it was an “injustice” the wide presence of German vehicles in the streets of North America and the absence of their American counterparts in the European . The president also contemplated introducing tariff barriers to change this situation.