There used to be a really tacky wood-effect body kit you could get with that car. My mother once had a Chevette that came with fake wood decals. It was not only extremely ugly, but was also horribly engineered. I still think this is very hideous. It will never be a future classic. I also find numerous Japanese cars quite ugly. As usual, we're in complete agreement. Rolls-Royce's obstinate retention of that graceless square chrome radiator cowl completely precludes the possibility of achieving a tasteful design. Add the square, recessed headlights that look like they belong on another car and the round running lights (?) that look like yet another afterthought, not to mention the perfunctory bumper and, well, the result speaks for itself. When I first saw this, I thought someone had done a very good Photoshop spoof of a Rolls. The past two nights, I've seen the ugliest Japanese car ever in the form of a taxi that is a hideously misconceived imitation of a vintage Rolls/Jaguar style design, complete with a cheezy, low-rent Flying Lady wannabe hood ornament. It reminds me of those vile Rolls-Royce hoods made for Volkswagen beetles years ago, but worse. The overall effect is that of an ailing bloodhound.