Out and about just now, I noticed something I've never observed before - the above topic.
Much has already been said about the current (and lamentable) vogue for putting indicators within the headlight/tail light/brake light, but this is different albeit linked.
First, at a roundabout, an Audi A1. Maybe it's just because one rarely sees an Audi indicating , but this was the first time I'd seen the A1 with a front blinker on. They're tiny! Buried in the inside top left of the headlamp, I barely saw it. I divined his intention more from what lane he was in rather than any orange light I may have seen emanating from the car. I know I should be grateful that he indicated at all, but it isn't an much of an encouragement to if the light's miniscule in the first place.
Second, I passed a stationary Kuga with its hazards on. I never realised before what little rectangles the rears are. They couldn't have taken up more than 1/8th of the total light cluster.
I'd supposed that with the advent of brighter LEDs lights in general wouldn't need to be so large, but they're still an emerging technology. Few cars have them, but many seem to be styled as though they do - with the above result.
Anyone willing to offer up any other offenders?