The key element is the power that the Minister of Transport can use to order a manufacturer to correct an observed defect at their own expense. We will not only point out a defect, we will have to follow up to ensure it is repaired. This applies both to new cars at the dealership and to cars already on the road. I think that's good news.
That said, it will not always be necessary to use this power since, in the majority of cases, manufacturers recognize the observed defects and make the necessary repairs.