I never wanted a Tesla. I saw them all the time, I thought they were different, but I never had GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) about them. I honestly just thought they looked kinda boring in terms of design language.
When I heard about the Mach-E and saw pictures, I was hooked. I like a crossover for practical purposes, as I'm not a small guy. I thought it was the sexiest crossover I've seen, and saw it as an aspirational purchase. I've never bought a new car before.
Stars aligned just right, and I bought off the lot for a modest ADM. In the year I've owned it, I have not fallen out of love. Just for the reason of being quiet and powerful, I don't think I'll ever go back to owning an ICE vehicle.
Think about the actual physical constraints/power delivery method of ICE technology vs. BEV, and I think you'll agree with me.
What's better:. Ignition of a pressurized liquid, which pushes a piston, this transfers movement to a rod, which transfers motion to a gear, to another gear, and so on, to move an axle, which then rotates a wheel.
Or: electrical current, which moves two magnets around each other, that then moves a wheel. Seems like a no brainer. What's simpler is better.