Death by Car

In this terrifying news ..

A revolution is taking place in India that could change what most of the world drives.

Rush hour in New Delhi. Analysts expect more cars to join or replace the 65 million scooters on India’s roads, with new ultra-affordable cars leading the boom.

Next fall, the Indian automaker Tata Motors is scheduled to introduce its long-awaited People’s Car, with a sticker price of about $2,500. Hot on its tail may be as many as half a dozen new ultra-affordable vehicles — some from the world’s leading carmakers, including Toyota and Renault-Nissan.

Millions of New Cars

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