Except if it were intended for any of those legendary Italian or French manufacturers' customer base, it would have had to be about 2/3 the current size and have a common-rail diesel as the base engine.
It just has that kind of style. Frankly, I cant see a line I dont like on the entire vehicle. Others, including my 20-something single female neighbor did. She thought it looked "like a station wagon." What??
Incidentally, the official line on the new 3-part grill is it celebrates parent Fuji Heavy Industries' 80+ years aircraft manufacturing heritage. The center, more upright part is supposed to represent a fuselage and the two side parts, the aircraft wings.