The Pontiac Bonneville line for model years 1959-1960 was among the last of the cars styled while he was in charge. A Bonneville certainly looked long and low, because in fact it was those things. Perhaps the longest and lowest-appearing model was the convertible.
This thought was driven home on my most recent visit to America's Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington. Below are a few photos I took of a 1960 Pontiac Bonneville convertible on display there.
A large trunk is not necessarily a bad thing. That's because it can hold plenty of luggage when long trips are taken. Consider this an instance where an aspect of functionality (the Holy Grail of purist design) interferes with aesthetics: the long rear end unbalances the overall design.
Long as 1959-60 Pontiac Bonnevilles were, they were not the longest Pontiacs ever. The length prize goes to some early 1970s models. But that's a tale for another time.