[I will keep updating and rewriting the list, to boil it down to 20.] Q: So what’s this new car of yours? A: Guess. I’ll give you some hints. If you like a car that goes from a purr to a throaty roar, it will disappoint. But the acceleration is so strong and smooth and silent that my passengers think it has "warp drive." Yet it doesn’t even have a muffler. No automatic transmission. No clutch. Indeed, no gear-shifting at all, even for reverse. You also don't need to use the brakes very much. Every morning, you discover that it’s good for 250-300 miles from overnight refueling. And the maximum fill up costs you only $5-10, not $60--and refills are free along many Interstates. It seats five to seven. And has luggage space to rival a Town Car. But it is not a van or a crossover. Indeed it has better aerodynamics than any other car in production. It has a lightweight aluminum body. But it weighs more than many light trucks. Someone drove one through a concrete wall at high speed and walked away uninjured. It never leaves oil drips on the garage floor. Or needs an oil change. You can safely leave it running in the garage with the door shut while taking a nap. Before leaving for the parking lot, you can turn on the heating or A/C from your smartphone app. It will even show you the walking route to an unfamiliar parking spot. [Propose more. Revise ours.] The idea is not to give away the game; no mentions of missing gas tank or tailpipes or emissions.