Today's prototype was a small wagon shaped like a loaf of the type of bread that would have been used to make finger sandwiches way back when. All four corners are rounded. The rear is pinched off like cheap bread, and there's a hood in the front. Some cars, when seen for the first time, look new and exciting. Others, like this one, stand out because they are misshapen.
I wouldn't have noticed it, but for the efforts of the kind people at Here-Comes-A-Prototype!® This was wrapped up in medium blue with white swirls.
I didn't see any labels, but it doesn't make any difference. It's a car that could be designed anywhere in the world, made anywhere else, with a badge from the automaker that bought the rights. While the designers made a car that could be anything anywhere, they still managed to get it wrong. It's likely to be a third choice all over the world.