By coincidence there parked side by side an example of Bruno Sacco’s era and that of Gorden Wagener.
To be fair, Sacco had nothing like the rules to follow that today’s designers do. Wagener’s team have CAD and rapid prototyping to speed the iterations and so work through the options. If only the shut-line around the grille didn’t dog-leg at the lamp the newer might be acceptable.
And here’s the counter-example.
The SEC interior is delightfully akin to top-quality public transport. It’s plainly expensive and designed to endure rather than to look pretty.