We will have to wait to see what the world looks like in a post-pandemic era. This morning Warren Buffet sold off his entire holdings in the airline industry citing that the world has changed forever; he doesn’t see a bright future for air travel any longer. This from someone who had, until now, invested heavily in air, sea and rail transportation. At this point it is anyone’s guess what the automotive sector will look like. On the one hand, the pandemic may force people out of mass transit and into their vehicles. On the other, employers may force workers to work from home in unprecedented numbers, eliminating most households’ need for owning two vehicles. Aeronautics was many countries’ main export. With that gone, will automaking take its place? Will EU keep its automotive regulatory plan on schedule? Can EVs even survive on their own without strict regulations and buyer incentives? Too many questions are still up in the air.