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Even the architecture critics are weighing in on the Taxi of Tomorrow. Here's New York's Justin Davidson: "The passenger of tomorrow will be able to play video games while watching TV in climactic and olfactory comfort, and arrive at destination unsweaty, entertained, informed, and fully charged. But an urban icon should represent some New York quality: brashness maybe, swagger, or idiosyncrasy. The NV200 has too generic a profile to say anything about our city or the people who move around its streets." [NYM; previously]