Not a car
I think everyone can agree if I say that electric cars are like ants. They come out of nowhere. When I heard about Elon Musk's plan of producing electric cars, something exploded in my head: "Wow! Finally a solution against climate change!". But when they came on the market, my opinion changed. The Tesla is not what a car is to me. It has no grille, no exhaust, doesn't make a single sound and it can take control over the car. When you turn auto-pilot on, the fun thing is gone: you can't beat the speed limits. That's the 'advantage' of a gasoline car. You can choose your own speed. The Tesla keeps driving the speed limit while you are being passed by a Toyota Aygo.
The future is near
I won't be suprised if one day we are forced to buy an electric car. Just to save the climate. But what about the classic cars and the hypercars? What will they do to them? Are they going to destroy them? Or will we have to abandon them and let them peacefully turn in a sad pile of rust. This will be the fault of cars driving themselves. The future is going faster than before.
I have seen several videos about what the car is most famous for: the take-off. You see people being pushed in a chair like a sausage in a hotdog. The G-force. That's the cause. But nothing can beat the sound of a muscle car taking off. Wheels that do a burn-out. Engine as loud as a lion and the exhaust spitting flames like a flamethrower is nothing. The only thing I hope is that cars we can drive ourselves may remain part of the future.