From Automotive News today.
...the policy would deliver the sharpest blow to Jaguar Land Rover while giving a leg up to Ford Motor Co. and Tesla Inc....
Yah, about $17K per Jag or Land Rover. About $0 for a Tesla.
...Ford, with significant domestic manufacturing, would need to mull the
smallest price hike among major automakers, at about $282 per vehicle,
followed by General Motors at $995, according to the report.
The estimates aim to show the relative impact of the tax plan on each automaker...
Study was done by Baum & Associates.
...In its current form, the proposed border tax could lead to the
production of up to 1 million additional vehicles in the U.S. and 50,000
more jobs at car and part assembly plants, Luria [ economist at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center in Ann Arbor] said.
50,000 jobs at total annual comp around $85K/year is not bad at all.
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