The Nightingale is a bit odd. For an early 90s car, its use of weight-saving aluminum panels is unusual; however, even though it uses a unibody construction, it has double-wishbone front suspension. On an SUV such as this, a strut front would be a better choice if you actually want to go off-road but can't stand the excess weight of a separate chassis. Still, it looks quite nice from any angle. The biggest concern, however, is 180 bhp and 12.4 mpg. Even in 1990, this would have been seen as inadequate, but at least it's more frugal than the Nomad. Nevertheless, given time, the engineering and design standards of your cars should improve, hopefully leading to a range of more desirable models.