While much has been written about how Detroit gave away the US market, their loss of Latin America is even more spectacular. They used to own it. Now, they have a presence, but their US products are a sideline. The streets of places like Mexico City are filled with the products of their European and Asian subsidiaries and partners. While Latin America is a major producer, it is also a major importer.
Things have changed so much that this Chevy, photographed in the US, was the most foreign car on the lot.