Yeah, I know why this happens.
MEDIA PLAYER INTERNET DATABASES:
A computer Media Player would have access to the Internet.
So a media player (Windows Media Player) can send off data of how many tracks, and the track lengths (it might send off special cd info too) and brings up from a Internet Database that CD and its track names and stores them on the computers media library so every time you put the disc in, it remembers its that cd , and brings up the track names again.
AUDIO CD'S CAN'T HOLD THE INFORMATION:
its impossible to actually store these on an Audio CD itself for standard players to read like the one in your car since CD Audio is not like MP3, as the tracks can not store special information.
MP3 TAGS CAN:
MP3 you see can store ID3 information tags which can contain any data like Album, Artist, Track name, Genre, when it was recorded, etc, so when it is placed in a compatable player, this data is also read from the media file.
and so that is why when you place a a standard CD Audio it in your car, it only appears as track01, track02, etc, though if you placed it in your computer, it would be possible to get them (though only when used on the computer)
So I'm afraid its not possible
If you made an MP3 disc though with these tracks on (if your player in the car could play MP3's) then it would read the ID3 tag information and possibly show Album name, Artist name, as well as the track name.
I hope this helps