They are distinguishable because they are wearing suits.
But in a list of the 21 people to watch in the 21st century, William Clay Ford Jr. and Mark Hogan stand out for a couple of other reasons as well.
The list, compiled by Advertising Age, a sister publication to Automotive News, is heavy with ad agency creative types, with some e-business and media moguls thrown in. Ford and Hogan are the only auto leaders.
Hogan, 48, is group vice president of General Motors, in charge of e-GM. As head of all things electronic at GM, including its Internet buying service, OnStar, the automotive concierge system and all of GM's Web sites, Hogan will map out GM's electronic future.
The list appeared in a special edition of Advertising Age called 'The Next Century.'
Ford, 42, was tapped for the list because of his 'green' image. The Ford Motor Co. chairman has vowed to make each new vehicle Ford develops 5 percent more fuel-efficient than the one it replaces.
The news was not so rosy for Plymouth, which Advertising Age put on its endangered species list for brands, called 'The Next Century Deathwatch.' Even the prowler won't resurrect the ailing brand, Advertising Age said, adding: 'Memo to DaimlerChrysler: Know when to fold 'em.'