Lately, Doug Demuro’s been on a tour of 70's European cars, and has made a note of a peculiar quirk in that cars fitted with power windows have PLUGS where the manual window (were it an option) crank would go:
So they all have garish plastic plugs. We get it. By why do they have to be such OBVIOUS cost cutting measures? Why not make a door panel for power window’d cars WITHOUT the hole?
Do what GM did in the 70's:
Put a neat little insignia there in lieu of a blank ugly plug. Now it just looks like the door panel is reminding you of what kind of car you drive, instead of shouting “WE WERE TOO CHEAP TO MAKE A POWER WINDOW SPECIFIC DOOR PANEL”.
Post other cars with fancy crank window delete plugs in the comments.