Part of visibility depends on you. I'm tall enough that in just about any vehicle I sit high enough to see where other drivers are and objects. But at the same time I don't put myself into positions where my visibility is further compromised. The want for this car is stronger than small issues like this.
when you're driving forward, the rear view should be fine and new technology will compensate for reduced visibility when you're backing up. I've actually been in wirse cars where the headrests can cover up half of the rear window.
Well lucky for us the windows are big enough and the belt line doesn't come up nearly as high as other new cars these days. Both of those go a long way to help visibility. Being a world product they didn't have a choice. Down the road that will change.
Probably just a plastic shielding for the camera for ACC and all of that good stuff. A lot of vehicles are coming with that now actually. Looks a little odd when you really look at it but I think they did a good job disguising it in a sense.
They used chrome accents in all of the right places thankfully. They really outdid themselves on the exterior of the Stinger. It's not so flashy that it looks cheap, but it's flashy enough that it catches your attention and by the time you look at it in the whole picture, you realize how beast and sport it really looks.