New York Times:  “the future of General Motors (and the $50 billion taxpayer investment in it) now depends on a vehicle that costs $41,000 but offers the performance and interior space of a $15,000 economy car. . . . making the bailout work — whatever the cost — is the only good reason for buying a Volt. . . . If G.M. were honest, it would market the car as a personal donation for, and vote of confidence in, the auto bailout.”