ok... since Moebius actually does take feedback into consideration, here are my observations...
I lined up the model with the real car based on the wheelbase, and took several reference points off the real car and transferred those points up to the model via the red lines. When we line up the two cars by wheelbase, you can clearly see the differences between the model and the real car. On the model,
1. The front bumper and the headlight bezels stick out too far forward. On the real car, the distance between the vertical end of the front fender and the leading edge of the front wheelwell is much shorter.
2. The position of the A pillar looks good, and the vent window divider (the third line from the left) lines up perfectly.
3. However, you can see that the door is a bit too long on the model (fourth line from the left).
4. On the model, the intersection of the lower edge of the rear glass and the horizontal body surface happens at a point directly above the center of the rear wheel. On the real car, that intersection point happens much further back, almost in line with the rear of the rear tire.
5. The model's rear overhang is much too short, and the angle of the taillight/fin is too vertical... it should be slanted more.
To my eye, the single biggest mistake is #5... the sleekness of the real car is missing