The Week in Reverse

April 1, 2007
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GM is making Trax for New York. The new 1.0-liter city-car concept is part of a trio designed in Korea for GM’s global empire. All we can say is, thank goodness it’s not a shrunken-down caricature of an American car. Not everyone can be MINI-cute.

Ford says it’s bringing back the King of the Road, which reminds us of this drunken rendition that powered many games of quarters and three-man back in school.

Our letters on global warming are heating up. Whatever you believe, vote in this week’s poll and stay tuned for our counterintuitive piece, as usual.

Urea is a go—and in the stroke of a pen, our cat’s got a leg up on the new auto growth industry.

You have got to be Sirius—if you want Nickelodeon in your car, that is.

Saturn’s Aura is the most washable car for 2007. Does that mean it’s also the dirtiest?

Paris Hilton could be headed to jail. Hurry, we’re almost out of headlines.

And finally, The New York Times reported today on the latest Kosher controversy—and outed the Internet hoax at the same time. And here we were ready to put little yarmulkes on our intake manifold!

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