There may or may not be a bona fide set of ground rules governing hood ornaments, but if there was, I'd imagine the set would be fairly simple.
For example, no vehicle under a certain MSRP should come with a hood ornament.
No vehicle built for speed or nimble handling versus luxury should come with a hood ornament.
Ornaments should relate - at least in part - to the make or model name of the car whose hood they occupy.
Ornaments should be right at the front end of the hood. Not in the middle of the hood.
And so on....
So, with these simple (albeit unofficial) rules under our belts, can you please explain this?
A dodo? Really? On an Audi wagon? Six inches back off the edge of the hood?
And hanging two feet over the curb to boot. Who do you people think you are?