You seem to have trouble with quoting, good job I spotted your reply!You quoted my post so you must have read it. I actually said that FFS
The MG5 borrowed a VW Passat front and a Ford Focus rear. The face-lift has its own front, but doesn't change the rest of the car. Wait for a whole new model, when I'm sure it will have its own design. MG has been improving very quickly, and like many Chinese cars it borrowed heavily from European cars, but now they're starting to have their own designs. Much like the Koreans and Japanese did in the past.the MG5 is nearly there… but the waistline crease on the sides is just slightly too high - makes it look not quite right imho. Still there in the facelift…
Surely that's true of nearly all brands these days with a consistent corporate styling. Viewing an Audi/BMW from the front would be hard pressed to tell the difference between hatchback, saloon, crossover and SUV.I am quite good at being able to identify cars out and about on the road but I have a hard time telling the difference between the the model 3, S and Y.
That is true about Audi and BMW. They too for the most part are, and nearly always have been, boring to look at. I think most car companies that give their cars numbers rather than names tend to design boring looking cars. At least BMW did something interesting with the i3 I suppose. The Korean , Italian, French and Japanese brands make the most interesting cars.Surely that's true of nearly all brands these days with a consistent corporate styling. Viewing an Audi/BMW from the front would be hard pressed to tell the difference between hatchback, saloon, crossover and SUV.
It's your opinion and you're welcome to it!(I deliberately didn't post in the MY forum, as it doesn't seem fair to pollute that forum with my opinion )
In full preparation for the incoming hate.......
I've just seen my third or so MY in real life this week, and God! The Model Y is an ugly, bland (if that's not an oxymoron), hump-backed, miss-mash of childish, immature design features - it looks so poor in real life; no style or grace from any angle.
The M3 is ok, even if it does look like a 7 year old drew it and a little bland and inconsequential, but somehow sticking a bike pump in it and inflating it really hasn't worked.
This is a real shame as Tesla's battery and drivetrain engineering is without equal, by quite a long stretch, but their design dept? .........
There. I've done it.....I feel better now.......perhaps time to not check the forum for a while
At least the Fiat Multipla is interesting looking. Maybe not interesting in a good way, but interesting. Tesla's are just so generically boring. The only interesting Tesla's are the original Roadster, the Cybertruck and the new Roadster. One of them is a Lotus Elise and the other two don't actually exist yet.It's your opinion and you're welcome to it!
Personally, I've always considered the Model S to have an aged and hackneyed styling.
But not content with late 90's/early 2000's styling for their cutting edge introduction, they seem to have simply used a stretch-and-squeeze feature on the Model S design to make all the others, ever since.
I mean, I recon you can photoshop a Model S into any other model by just enlarging some parts of the image and shrinking others, with a bit of aspect ratio change. Seems to be 'by design' that they are like that, but the original design was a bit pants.
With a bit more stretching and squeezing, I reckon Elon will arrive at a Fiat Multipla Mark 1 and realise that it's really the most practical and ideal family car, I mean ..... the Y really isn't far off the Multipla now ..... just a slight mod on the bonnet line and a more upright screen and we're pretty much there, I think?