When you’re walking through a car park what cars do you see? Or more to the point what cars do you take notice, that aren’t yours?
Car designers put a lot of work to make the car’s body safe, functional, or more aerodynamic, but it seems mostly they make it look like any other car. This might be due to the fact that not all car designs that are noticeable are noticeable in a good way.
Let’s take this car for example:
This is one of the cars I saw while in Milan, Italy. It’s a Fiat Multipla and straight away you know that if this car passed you by you’d do a double take of it. This was produced from 1998 all the way till 2010.
As far as I can find out about the reasoning behind the design of this car is that the windshield is lifted for more space and headroom. It holds 6 people with only two rows of seats (including the drivers).
This doesn’t mean that all cars with a different look are ugly and horrible for no reason. So when you’re walking through the parking lot maybe it’ll be apparent what cars stand out to you and why.