Resolutions we may or may not hear for 2010:
Akio Toyoda, Toyota Motor Corp. president: Find out and admit the real reason behind those unintended-acceleration claims.
C. Robert Kidder, Chrysler Group chairman: Prove getting passed by Honda was a one-time fluke.
John Mendel, American Honda executive vice president: Honor Dick Colliver's legacy by reaching 2 million sales.
Frank Stronach, Magna International founder: Next time I'll get it in writing.
President Barack Obama: No more auto companies. Next year I'll buy myself a Wii.
Tammy Darvish, Jack Fitzgerald and Alan Spitzer, members of the Committee to Restore Dealer Rights: Send President Obama a box of long-stem roses.
Bob Lutz, General Motors vice chairman: Begin writing my memoirs ... again.
Stephen Feinberg, Cerberus Capital Management: I'll never call Detroit car executives simple country boys again. Sheesh, that's a tough business.
Sergio Marchionne, Chrysler CEO: I'll find a way, by flying across time zones, to add five hours to the 24-hour day so we can work an extra two hours and sleep for at least three.
Ed Whitacre, GM CEO: Move out of the Detroit Marriott in the Renaissance Center so I can see what it's like to commute in one of GM's cars.
Alan Mulally, Ford Motor CEO: As the only Detroit 3 CEO with more than six months seniority, I'll buy lunch for Sergio and Ed.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.: Tone down my criticism of an automaker that I might later have to beg to keep an auto plant open back home.
Ron Bloom, head of auto task force: Collect every red cent GM and Chrysler borrowed from the government.