The received wisdom is that large cars don’t look good in bright colours. I think the truth is that some people like bright colours and some people don’t.
In the same way, coffee is more popular than tea. That doesn’t mean tea is “wrong”. This stridently yellow Tesla T is, in my view, rather wonderful. Let us all now wax lyrical about mustard coloured Mercedes and Mimosa Yellow and Chrome Yellow.
This car demonstrates that a good design looks good in any colour. I’d also argue that a good colour can save a bad design.
Next we have a brown metallic Hyundai i30. Though it’s not a bright colour it is a rich one and the car isn’t exactly small. I think that regular readers here will not need convincing so I will not go on much further with this other than to note Skoda offer the Octavia in a similar colour with a manual transmission and with an estate body. There are 405 Americans who would really, really love a car like that.