Various shots where they have the frunk or trunk cracked started me looking and now I can't unsee it
If it still bothers me in person, I'll go Red I guess, though from the videos I've seen it's not really noticeable, so it's probably just staring at blown up photos
ElS: I went to the FedEx site this morning and was able to unsee the arrow though
The FedEx arrow is intentional.
From the Fedex Wikipedia site: The FedEx wordmark is notable for containing a hidden right-pointing arrow in the negative space between the "E" and the "X", which was achieved by designing a proprietary font, based on Univers and Futura, to emphasize the arrow shape.
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Photos usually up the contrast somewhat, making lines look more obvious. Some cameras even do slight edge enhancements (high pass filter) to make the photos have more "snap". So I would look at the car in person before making a decision.
And another company containing hidden info in plain sight:
In this case the number 31 as in the flavors of ice cream they offer.
Now back on topic, I think the light colors will not show scratches, dirt and wax swirl marks as much as the darker colors so for me that offsets any exaggeration of the gap lines that are visible on the white or silver as compared to the darker colors.
Isn't that space for the plastic door protection strips (the ones that protect the car next to you--not your car)?
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Panel lines to not bother me - in fact I think they highlight the design by breaking up the large expanse. That chrome strip at the bottom however.... THAT makes me crazy as it makes the doors look like they are longer than the fenders.
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