...At least, according to http://www.hometheaterforum.com:
the big news this morning is that Buena Vista has officially announced the release of Disney and Pixar's Cars on 11/7. Strangely, the DVD is appallingly light on bonus material. You'll get separate anamorphic widescreen and full frame editions (SRP $29.99), each of which is single-disc. Extras will include the "Mater and the Ghost Light" and "One" Man Band animated shorts, 4 deleted scenes, the "Inspiration for Cars" featurette and a preview trailer for Pixar's forthcoming "Ratatouille" animated feature film. That's it.
Hmm...this is strange. As of recent, all of Pixar's films have been released as two-disc editions. So. why not Cars? It's just about as deserving of one as any of Pixar's other movies...though, I had heard something about The Incredibles DVD not selling very well...could that have attributed to their decision not to release a 2-disc for Cars? [smilie=1,27,7]