The 2007 New York International Auto Show, which kicks off this weekend, had its main press day yesterday. Although there wasn´t much in the way of radical concepts unveiled, there were a few that had their North American debut after being shown at the recent Geneva Auto Show. As you may recall, the Detroit Auto Show in January [see our coverage here] was uniquely weird, and that trend continues. In the Big Apple´s cavernous Javits Center, big-car king GM unveiled three wee microcars (with the help of blond triplet babes), we got to see some odd but oddly logical taxicab concepts, and, hey, what would an auto show be without an entire booth filled with 100,000 Polly Pockets driving around in tiny cars? Not up on Polly Pocket? Then Click here to see our full slideshow.