In the 50s, speed and engine power grow increasingly and design bodies becomes more aerodynamic. As the years passed, the automotive industry has progressed more and more cars becoming more popular. Have appeared seatbelts, airbags, headrests, systems like ESP, ABS or various sensors that help the driver to avoid an accident and protect passengers in the case of that unfortunate event.
Annually are build 60 million vehicles that require employment of more than 9 million people directly involved in the construction of vehicles or related services, which represents 5% of employment worldwide. Moreover, it is estimated that each job in the auto industry directly supports at least 5 indirect jobs in related industries (steel, iron, aluminum, glass, plastic, carpets, textiles, rubber, IT, etc.) resulting additional approx. 50 million jobs due to the auto industry. (according to OICA: The International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers).