In the Indian city of Jaipur they have an HOV lane and a VHOV lane. (Photo: Clara & James)
A collision between a Jeep and a powered rickshaw triggered a stampede among Hindu pilgrims in the Kerala district of India on Friday evening, killing 102 people. (H/t to Perry.) Photo: AP [Guardian]
India's growing wealth means the country's sure to give in to the same wasteful bourgeois spending habits that have made pet rocks, beer helmets, and Jackass 3D popular in the U.S. The result? The awesome diesel-powered Mahindra Bolero "Attitude" truck.
Indian conglomerate Mahindra cleared one set of U.S. regulations last week for selling its diesel-powered pickup in the United States. Based on these pictures from a Jalopnik reader, the Scorpio SUV may not be far behind.
Traffic cops in in New Delhi, India have begun issuing traffic tickets based on images uploaded to their Facebook page by tattletale motorists. There are so many posts police have two full-time staffers combing through submissions, hunting down legit violations.
Hyderabad's most talented custom car builder, Sudhakar, just built himself a new office — inside a 1908 Ford Model T.
Ever seen one? Neither had we. Wanna see more? Click through. Flamed-up Hindustan Ambassador, you had us at hello. It's like Mr. Deeds Goes To Visakhapatnam!
Official caption: "A cycle-rickshaw driver moved the wreckage of a car to a scrap yard in the eastern Indian city of Siliguri on Tuesday." You've got to be able to do better than that, right?
The $45,000 Indian-built and -designed Metaltech Anti-Terrorist Assault Cart is essentially an armored golf cart designed to withstand grenade attacks. Although seemingly the least threatening armored vehicle ever built, it makes perfect sense for Mumbai-like confined quarters anti-terrorism use.
Anand Mahindra, of Indian truck manufacturer Mahindra, recently tweeted a question indicating his interest in Saab and asking followers their opinion of the brand. Curried gravlax? Delicious. But wait — when did Twitter become how businesses do due diligence?
With India expected to be the third largest car consumer by 2020, Ford's Alan Mulally unveiled the Indian-built Ford Figo. Designed for the Indian market, it brings Ford's India Chennai Plant capacity to 200,000 units.
A recent AutoPacific study of young, affluent 'merican car buyers shows 15% would consider buying a Chinese car and 11% an Indian one. Might sound low, but not really, considering the number is only 16% for Korean cars.