We were discussing design principles recently. Here’s a car that’s technically correct but unlike Audi fails to generate the slightest flicker of emotion or intellectual satisfaction.
I saw this Sunny parked near the Aixam Mega van. It’s neat and orderly. All the parts cohere in a professional way. Yet unlike an Audi of the same period there is missing an element to lift it above ordinary. I think you’d need to do some measurements to see where the difference lies. Avoiding mistakes is not the same as creating something good. It would have been even better if the tailgate had been nearer vertical, no?