It's that time of week again when we look back on the most interesting and commented on posts of the prior week. We also included a Katrina-related section for all the posts that had to do with the affects of Hurricane Katrina on the industry.

Most commented-on post:
TCC Drives Solstice (88)

Industry News
GM loses a lot of money on every vehicle sold
GM not so bullish on big SUVs
OPIS predicts $4 a gallon soon
Gas prices climb to $3, $4 and even $5/gallon
Subaru plans minivan
You can call it a Miata if you want — Mazda just wants you to buy it
Solstice a study in parts sharing
The August sales roundup
Kerkorian raises stake in GM, again

Spy Shots
2007 Hyundai Elantra
Volvo S80
Exclusive 2007 Holden Commodore Spy Shots, Part 1
Exclusive 2007 Holden Commodore Spy Shots, Part 2
Mitsubishi Outlander Spy Shoth
Upclose and personal with the Bugatti Veyron: Exclusive Spy Shots

TCC Drives Solstice
Toyota RAV4
Toyota Yaris
Ford Iosis – more hq pics and press release
Official Honda Civic Photos
Edmunds drives 2006 Honda Civic Si
Car And Driver publishes Z06 performance numbers
Saab 9-5 refresh to appear at Frankfurt

Ask Autoblog: What's the best used entry-level luxury car

Autoblog Garage
2005 Chrysler Crossfire: In the Autoblog Garage Day 1
2005 Chrysler Crossfire: In the Autoblog Garage Days 2-3
2005 Chrysler Crossfire: In the Autoblog Garage Days 4-5

Diesel and hybrid duke it out cross-country
Lexus to debut GS450h at Frankfurt

Katrina-related posts
Hurricane Katrina may push oil above $70/barrel
Katrina apparently causing delayed reaction at the pump
White House to Release Oil from Reserves
Helping victims of Hurricane Katrina
Analysts predict Katrina will have little effect on automakers
Hurricane Katrina inflicts massive damage upon dealerships
Automakers Pledge to Hurricane Relief

Junk in the Trunk
SUV City – the film
20% of car owners name their cars
Incredible shrinking cars!
Car Name Poll — Results
Cast your vote for Bond's new ride

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