The digits we assign to years are, of course, arbitrary, but 2020 still seems like a very futuristic number. When the JNCs we love were still new, 2020 seemed like a distant tomorrow, where we’d travel by tubes or sleek flying cars. Who could’ve guessed that the most cutting-edge forms of transportation would be bulky top-heavy wagons or someone else’s car that you hail with your phone?
What did you think cars would be like in 2020?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What are the biggest changes to the Japanese classic scene in the last decade?“
Except for Ant‘s answer about social media connecting fellow car enthusiasts, the unanimous verdict was that the biggest change for JNCs over the last decade had to do with Japanese cars being recognized and accepted as classics (with the prices to reflect that). Though this has been something JNC has championed, Danny Caldera showed us the other side of this double-edged sword: