Your kids won’t want your cars, unfortunately. Mine can’t wait for self-driving cars. I am nearly out of the game, with only one old Lincoln and two older motorbikes now. The kids won’t even drive/ride ‘em. Like horse-owners after 1900, we gearheads as a group are going to shrink to a core of enthusiasts who can afford an expensive and pleasurable hobby, conducted largely off the public roadways so as not to interfere with the more intense co-ordinated traffic flows that AI and wireless links will produce. Yes, there will be a few pros who make a living doing vintage racing, or bodywork, or rebuilding engines, just like there are still a few farriers and horse vets around today — but not on every corner. But V8 ‘music’ via speakers? I know why; I might do it too. But then the kids will just plain laugh!