The Answer Is Blowin' Pollution Into The Wind
- For his services, Bob Dylan was paid ---not in money--- but with the tears of baby seals collected during their slaughter
- When the commercial shoot was over, Dylan kept driving aimlessly just to watch the ozone die.
- One of the conditions of Dylan's contract was that the car's CD player had to come equipped with an advance copy of Britney's new Blackout album
- Although cut from the final take, in an earlier version Dylan looked at the camera and said, "And the Cadillac's great for offroading over Abbie Hoffman's grave!"
- Dylan wanted to write a new verse for Blowin' in the Wind that goes "How many roads must a man walk down before he realizes he should be drivin' a kick-ass SUV," but Ford convinced him it was in poor taste.