I once heard someone talk about car design as planned obsolescence. You could make a new icon, but every revision would be down hill, but by putting in features that will date the car quickly you can force your loyal upgrades to make their jump sooner.
There was a lot of beer being drunk by that point, so no idea how true it is, but there is a twisted kind of logic there....
Hey, I wasn't saying Lamborghini are better or worse for their creativity, just an observation.
Overall I would prefer a more varied and distinct design for each variation of cars with every brand, it just feels like Lambo used to have a greater gap between each gen.
I'm dating a neurobiology researcher and her go-to insult is that someone is stupider than a rocket scientist. As someone who falls significantly lower than a rocket scientist on the IQ scale, I try not to repeat the phrase (people in glass houses and all that...)
Is it me or has the last few generations of Lambos become almost formulaic in their designs? There was a time (which may be entirely imaginary) when each new car had a distinctly new profile and shape. The last 4 or 5 cars have all looked like evolutions of their forebears rather than blue-sky projects.
I agree about letting Moffatt have a crack at the new doctor. Either he will treat him as a whole new toy to play with or (hopefully not) continue with the same kind of stuff, which has got a little stale.