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Wow this is really neat, and so many models too! This will definitely help car buyers like me who don't know the differences between an infiniti and audi and just want a pretty interior.
This repost has a little more activity so ima repost my comment here because I really want to know about the kombi:
It's an interesting collection, but with the exception of the stripped back VW Kombi Last edition (2013) I must say they are all quite hideous. Even the Kombi's wonderfully uncluttered throwback is disturbed by the inclusion of a modern-ish car stereo complete with glowing red highlights, and bluetooth logo. There seems to be on obsession with symmetry at all costs, regardless of the asymmetrical position of the driver. As a consequence every dial and vent and readout needs a bevy of bevels and blobs to hide the fact that they're attached. Would the driver be terrified if they thought for a moment their car was built rather than congealed?
Why is the Kombi spared all this gauche sculpture and plasticised wood grain? Is the Kombi inherently less safe because of it? I suspect that that the design patterns behind this aesthetic are driven by conformation rather than utility, and certainly not beauty.