We're not going to lie to you. Toyota put all of these images in the press kit we got earlier today/yesterday (I have not slept yet). But we're not going to fault the car company for having the brains to include over a dozen historical images of their off-road vehicles to serve as a backdrop to the 2007 FJ Cruiser. These images are supposed to show the steady evolution that led to the new FJ that kicked off the Chicago Auto Show. Instead I think we just see a basis for the style that Toyota decided on to compete with Nissan's Xterra. But we still give props to Toyota for having one of the most extensive digital press kits we've come across. Click below for more images.