Well with it's fine sensual curves in all the right places it's certainly feminine with a certain amount of masculinity thrown in (staunch stance, squat rear). I can see how it appeals to all genders. In fact lesbos probably quite like it as it probably reminds them of their last girlfiend. [img]smilies/smile.gif[/img]
These mixed qualities are what make me believe the 1980's Testarossa is the finest design of car ever to have graced the planet. look at the front and the sides and it's very feminine. Then look how the rear haunches up to show it's masculinity (Only the Aston Martin Vantage has a more haunched look but that is a pure masculine design). I think this is why I love the 147 and think it is already a design classic.
But a lime green Micra, I can picture it and it's making me queasy. [img]smilies/cwm29.gif[/img]
The rounded bulges of the Micra are obviously modelled on a female German shotputter (i.e. chunky).
The final word. Feminine design, does not a girls car make!
147 2.0 Selespeed - Gabianno Blue - Red Momo Leather - 17" Super Sports - Sunroof - 10 CD Changer - Connect Nav+ - Climate Pack - Winter Pack