As I've mentioned more than once on this blog, automobile styling is in what might be called a Baroque or Rococo phase of the pendulum swing along the complexity versus simplicity design continuum. The i3's styling is little more than a melange of clashing details crammed onto a too-small body. The only reason I can think of why it won any awards at all has to do with politically correct worship of electric vehicles. Had it been conventionally-powered, the i3 likely would have been considered some kind of joke like the Nissan Juke.
Below are images of i3s I found on the Internet. The car I saw differed in that it had fore and aft amber reflectors curving near the wheel openings; any other detail differences were obscured by the visual clutter.