A former chief designer and car design teacher has a design thread in the Ferrarichat.com, creative arts section of the forum.
I pointed out a flaw in the new Ferrari Roma and after seeing the car in person his feelings were the same and referred to it as the 'Chinese flaw'.
I had speculated if this was a result of fitting the Roma on the Ferrari California chassis and it appears that may be the case.
Here's an article I found on this phrase.
https://globusks.ru/en/stoit-li-poku...pat-kitaiskie/The main accusation that is being made to such electronics is software flaws. But this is a consequence of compromise solutions designed to reduce the price of the goods. Users are still distrustful of Chinese technology, and are eager to buy a good product at a fake price. In order not to save on quality, manufacturers pay less attention to bundling, developing and testing software. Considering that bugs are inherent in both Samsung and iPhone, this is not a purely Chinese flaw, but a world-class problem. therefore it’s worth buying Chinese equipment from leading brands if the price and equipment are satisfied.
My comments below
Anyone else think there's a flaw in the new Ferrari Roma's design above the badge? Is this a product of fitting the design on this particular chassis or is it meant to be like this?https://youtu.be/pIGEWXI-tf8?t=197It still looks like some kind of tumor\un-natural bulge to me... like a snake that swallowed a rabbit.
The designers thoughts.
.....yes there is a surface anomaly
..That is probably one of the most difficult parts of a vehicle to 'get right'. It's there, but 99% of the population will never see it.
...I wouldn't have let that get released from the studio.
Will it sell one less car? No.
Maybe that's the 'Chinese flaw'.
Here I changed the body style....
Another analysis, design score of 9.5/10 given.
F430 Designer Analyzes The Ferrari Roma!