Investors continue to focus on the ramifications of the Volkswagen situation (in the US has been dubbed DieselGate), in the automotive sector and in the German economy. In the near future, the new CEO Matthias Muller, will have to address several points. The first is how to deal with the 11 million vehicles (which may possibly be more) that were sold and did not meet the standards of CO2 emissions. The second is related to various lawsuits which begin to be brought against the company. The third relates to the reaction of many governments, the first was the Swiss that banned the sale of the related models. The fourth is the threat of some rating agencies cut the credit rating of VW debt, which would increase the company’s borrowing costs and reflect the leasing costs and financing of car buyers of the brand. But probably what most alarmed investors is the impact that will have on the German economy. According to the Ministry of Economy of this country, the automobile sector is, directly and indirectly, approximately 10% of GDP. In addition, some investors fear that this case compromise the good name and reputation that German industry has in the world.