Last week, we finally got a glimpse of the forever-teased fifth-gen Supra. Toyota can now add their historic nameplate back into their lineup to evoke the glory years of exciting expressway champions and literally unbelievable “Gentleman’s Agreement” performance. Honda and Nissan also have historic badges running the streets in the NSX, Z and GT-R, as well as upcoming models like the Urban EV. Looking at the selection, we ask you to ponder:
Should carmakers use classic nameplates for new models?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s the coolest JNC you’ve spotted in the cold dark of winter?“
Last week’s top post goes to Jeremy A. who instantly reminded me of the video post above and all those teenage years where the best thing for taking on the weather wrath is a trusty steed. In Jeremy’s case, the drive he spotted making a run up the hill may have been trying to get to that wood burning stove. We all know the Justy was mighty… mighty cold with a small heater core and mild blower in the dead of winter.
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.