Like many JNCs, when it debuted the X70 Cressida was an utterly nondescript family hauler. The ur-Avalon’s boxy lines were dismissed as typical Toyota conservative styling and it sat completely unrecognized for decades. Now we’re in a Cressida renaissance, and it’s the darling of tuners, VIPers and drifters alike. Somehow, its shape even seems to have aged better than that of its contemporaries, such as the Audi 5000, Volvo 760 and E28 BMW.
What JNC design has aged better with time?
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What JNC race replica would you buy?”
Of this week’s answers, we were tempted to choose Lupus‘s solid argument for the Akuma no Zetto, as well as Mick Beattie‘s justification for Allan Moffat’s Group C RX-7, but in the end, j_tso won for his oh-snap-clever yet to-the-point pick: