It might be time to stop trying.
I will quote, if I may, from a press release I was sent today.
PR: Are you ready for the coolest iPod experience yet?
JT: Heck, ya!
PR: Then crank up some tunes, plug in and watch the amazing iCar do its thing
JT: Ok, sounds interesting I guess… but tell me, does it rock?
PR: It rocks right to left, front to back, and up and down
JT: Get out! But wait, are those functioning doors???
PR: You can even manually open the doors and hood to create a whole new look
JT: This is far too awesome. Tell me though, I see rims. Do my keen eyes detect… spinners?
PR: real working spinner wheels, wild graphics, chrome accessories, big tires and stereo system
JT: Craziness! So what you’re saying is, it’s like a little toy car, only better, because it rocks, spins, and has working doors. Got any lights on that bad boy?
PR: Colored lights illuminate the wheel wells, rims, undercarriage, engine and trunk areas
JT: This is sounding too good to be true. Wait a sec, this is an iPod accessory, so how’s the sound? And tell me the tech specs so I know how to compare it to other, similarly rocking iPod-cars.
PR: the high-quality speaker pumps out the sound
JT: Hold on, that doesn’t give me much to go on. Anything else you can tell me on the sound quality, before I invest $34.99 in a Matchbox that I use to listen to mp3s in mono-sound, I want to be sure it sounds good!
PR: sound and vision unlike anything that’s come before
JT: Sign me up!