Aging gracefully is important, for humans and automobiles. As this isn’t a blog about Homo sapiens, I’ll refrain from my judgments on the human side of age and grace.
No car, though, is off limits.
Take a couple of 10-year-old cars, put them next to one another, and note the difference in how they have aged. Obviously, how the well the car has been cared for makes a huge difference in the way it looks. Some cars, though, just look every bit their age, while others still look surprisingly new. That’s a function of design and build quality.
Take, for example, these two vehicles: