What a joke those cars.
Bufori has an ultra luxury rear seat compartment, that's great I mean it's a car to be chauffeured in, not to drive yourself I suppose. That said the front area, even if it is where the chauffeur sits is far to spartan and the center HVAC controls look to be out of the cheapest of econo cars. It's all part of the presentation. Even get a Ford dash of a similar size (Ford seems to be the leader in selling parts to small companies) and cover it in leather, change the knobs to chrome or gold or something. and use that.
As far as the exterior, it looks more like built in a garage and I'm not sure however it probably made it to one of the few hundred pages in the DIW thread.
When Bugatti wanted to do hyper luxury they found the right amount of retro.
Modern with a touch of retro, dignified colours.
It seems that a large number of Chinese really love gaudy, conspicuous luxury. Accordingly, those who cannot afford a Rolls-Royce yet want something more unique than the ubiquitous German car will no doubt flock to this monstrosity. I love how they named it "Geneva" to evoke images of European luxuries like fine watches and high-end personal banking.
It's a strange mix of previous-gen 300 gauge cluster, modified 3-spoke previous gen 300 steering wheel, aftermarket navigation, hyundai climate control, and what looks to be a Jeep liberty dashboard?, covered in leather. I understand all the Chrysler parts, with them using the HEMI and all, but it's still a very strange concoction...even for a chinese car.
I love all cars, I just happen to own a few pieces of german crap at the moment.
2007 Mazda 3 s Grand Touring
Give it some more rectangular looking headlights and the front end would probably look better...just can't figure out what it needs but those headlights gotta go IMO. I dig the interior, but the early 2000's/late 90's Mercedes buttons and the steering wheel design can get an upgrade to make the interior look better.