We've been covering the auto industry for so long that we hardly bat an eyelash when an automaker does something that, to the rest of the educated world, appears insane. That's just the auto industry, we say, when trying to explain why well-received concepts aren't put into production, or why the best bits of vaporware never seem to materialize. But hey, people tell us we're the press and we'll report on every concept and press release that gets put into circulation because, frankly, we have nothing better to do. Scott Adams, the cartoonist who creates Dilbert, thinks this little game we play with the automakers will induce a grin from his audience. We'll let you be the judge – click the Read link to view Dilbert's latest Sunday strip.
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