Suraj Suroj uses his motorcycle for all of his family's transportation needs. In his case, that means transporting himself, his wife and his two sons to and from work and school. Typically, all four of them squeeze onto the motorbike together on the crowded streets of Delhi, India.
The 2009 Jaguar XF means business - literally. The S-Type successor will be the first Jag to hit the road under new post-Ford ownership, and it was a key driver in convincing India's Tata Motors that the troubled British brand, along with sibling Land Rover, were worth the dough (a reported $2 billion or so). Can this one solitary cog, even as handsome as it is, restart Jag?
An Indian car manufacturer unveiled its much-anticipated $2,500 "people's car" on Thursday -- a four-wheel passenger vehicle which it hopes will provide a much-needed transportation option for the poor.
Deep Throat told Woodward and Bernstein to "follow the money" if they wanted to understand the Watergate break-in. If you followed the money in the auto industry in 2007 you got some clues about where the industry is headed. And the future doesn't look anything like the past.