How can you have a Cars reunion without Ric Ocasek or Benjamin Orr?!?!?!?!

The Cars restart the engine
Is it the late ’70s again or what?
Next Tuesday, The Cars are holding a press conference in L.A. and expected to announce a new lineup and a summer tour — including a stop at the Molson Amphitheatre — with fellow late-’70s-early-’80s music stars Blondie as openers.
The timing is good for Blondie who will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on Monday night in New York City and have a new greatest hits package out called Sound & Vision.
Meanwhile, speculation is that The New Cars lineup will consist of original members Elliot Easton on guitar and synth player Greg Hawkes, rounded out by singer-guitarist Todd Rundgren and his regular collaborators, bassist Kasim Sulton and drummer Prairie Prince.
Original Cars frontman Benjamin Orr died from pancreatic cancer in 2000 and guitarist Ric Ocasek has long not been interested in a reunion but has reportedly given Easton and Hawkes his blessing. So far there’s no word on what original drummer David Robinson thinks of all this.
The Cars, who broke up in 1988, had hits that included Just What I Needed, My Best Friend’s Girl, Good Times Roll, Let’s Go, Shake It Up, You Might Think and Drive.