When Ratan Tata told the world about his one lakh rupee car, the world really was skeptical. He did deliver an inexpensive car after a lot of trials and tribulations. However, it is nowhere near the original price of one lakh. After the Nano finally birthed Indian consumers looked to Bajaj for providing the two wheeled equivalent of the Nano. Bajaj has never committed to anything like that but a picture of a Bajaj bike named Boxer has been doing the rounds of the net with speculation that it will be the two wheeled Nano. The usually garrulous Rajiv Bajaj has remained silent on the subject. Last year Pawan Kant Munjal of Hero Honda expressed intent of producing an ultra cheap two wheeler, the equivalent of the Nano. The rumour mill has kick started again with the news that Hero without Honda has found freedom and are in the process of an accelerated development of an inexpensive motorcycle that will fall below that Rs. 40,000/- mark. Below Rs. 30,000/- could be considered inexpensive but not Rs. 40 K. Xenitis had launched a 100cc motorcycle called the Rock at less than Rs. 20,000/- but it actually sank like a rock in the ocean called the Indian two wheeler market. Talking about Bajaj and Hero wonder what happened to their tie ups with Orbital Tech and Briggs and Stratton for engine technology. There was a lot of talk about that at one time.