PLYMOUTH, MI – When the Michelin Group announced at the 2002 North American International Auto Show that its revolutionary (and more expensive) Pax run-flat tires were ready for the road, it was generally assumed the first application in North America would be a sexy, high-priced sports car. Honda plans to sell 24,000 '05 Odyssey minivans equipped with revolutionary Pax tires. The Cadillac Evoq roadster concept rolled on stage sporting Pax tires at the 1999 North American ...
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