It's a win-win for two big global players.
"Some big decisions will be made," Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks said.
A Bollywood Speed remake, perhaps.
Tesla wants to capitalize on a relatively small but growing vehicle-buying base.
New Delhi to drivers of old diesel cars: "Get 'em gone."
For this Indian tech hub built by private companies, a driverless transport system could help make up for a lack of public infrastructure.
Tesla just massively increased its potential sales by adding pre-orders in India (population 1.25 billion), Brazil (200 million), South Africa, South Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland and more.
Ford is testing a facelifted EcoSport in Michigan, raising questions about the sub-compact CUV's potential in the growing American sub-compact CUV market.
Monsoon rains have inundated the southeastern Indian city of Chennai, forcing a number of the city's automakers to suspend production.
Indian Uber-rival Ola has raised $500 million in Series F funding, paving the way for a $5 billion valuation.
VW may recall 100,000 diesel vehicles in India. In Switzerland, there have been 600 criminal complaints against the whole illegal software issue.
GM is preparing to add a new Chevy-branded family vehicle to emerging markets, which it expects to sell some two million units per year by 2019.
Renault's new Kwid hatchback offers SUV styling in an A-segment city-car form for emerging markets, developed and produced in India with a $5,000-price tag.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan received a five-year prison sentence for hitting five people with his SUV. One of the victims died in the crash, but it took 13 years for the trial to finish.
Red Bull has one of the busiest globetrotting road show crews in the business, and when it arrived in India for its latest event, David Coulthard kicked up a colorful cloud of smoke and sand to the delight of the local crowds.