Back in Henry Ford's days the government encouraged innovation to build our country. Nowadays it's the opposite and seems bureaucrats are stifling innovation and trying eliminate competition, such as it is, to worldwide corporations that lobby ($$$$) our government; politicians and bureaucrats alike.
I don't like electrics but understand your thinking. Not saying I'm onboard, just understand. Maybe offer an EV option once they get up and running and the "flux capacitor" will be an integral part of the car. Sorry, I just had to say it.
With so many amazing ICE out there now the possibilities are endless. As for electrics, I simply can't hate them enough, one optioned that way would be reasonable for those who hate driving but like cars ;).
I guess my DeLorean didn’t get that memo. It’s fun to drive, easier than my 19 Mustang to get in and out of, and the stainless is virtually care free. I bought it for its unique styling and the fact that it’s part of automotive history. No, it’s not fast, but few cars back then were (fun fact: the DeLorean has more horsepower than an 81 Mustang GT).
Attention? Please. The Dodge Charger/Challenger/Hellcat guys are the kings of “Look at me!” with their burnouts at every stoplight.