In Berlin, worshipping cars does not seem to be politically correct anymore. Still, there is a perfect spot for those of us who do anyway, people who own classic cars, or who intend to buy or sell them, right here in the capital. Our reporter was there.
Countless classic car owners are showing off their treasures on Berlin's Kurfürstendamm this weekend. Our reporter was among the thousands who went there to admire those vehicles on Saturday. E-Types and 911s, anyone? Quite a few American vintage vehicles can be seen there too.
Germany does export a lot of goods, including food, clothing, weapons, machines, wines and cuckoo clocks. But, since the 1960s, cars have been the main export product. Everyone wants the 'Made in Germany' label on their vehicles.
So far, Tesla's 'Gigafactory' in Brandenburg does not have the final permission it needs to start manufacturing vehicles. Still, dozens of Model Ys are leaving the factory. The American company seems to be fine-tuning its assembly line.