We asked that question a while back. Quite by chance I found this concept car done by or under the superivision of Signor Fumia.
The idea revolves around symmmetry. From such excercises one learns how much one takes for granted in the form language of a conventional design. This is Enrico Fumia and the side profile of the car.
We know that the doors might reference the Appia which had the same arrangement. The undulating brightwork on the sill is not something I can explain away. It’s simply upsetting. I think that if the main conceit had been symmetry then adding “noise” like that was only going to distract from that point.
A symmetrical car only shows why cars have to be asymmetical in their long axis. I can’t describe how abysmal the grille is.