BMW i4 E40 M Sport
Absolutely agree. I personally never even considered buying a $60K car before the i4. I was willing to pay for M Sport and Shadowline package because they were important to me but eventually decided leather seats, heated seats and steering wheel (I live in Hawaii), HUD and Laserlights just were not. Somehow I feel Ok spending $63K on an EV I am excited about, but when it started creeping towards $70K I just could not justify it to myself (especially when the federal tax incentive went away). Of course, everyone's situation and judgement is different, but that's how I ended up with my configuration.Even if you were joking a bit with your full post, this comment is really spot on. At the end of the day, all of the options are great and with unlimited money of course we would want them all, so it really comes down to whether spending the extra money for each one will impact you and you alone. It doesn’t matter how other people would value them or whether other people think the money is a lot. I’ve seen people say you might as well get all the options because adding $10k to a $68k M50 is a small percentage increase. While true, $68k is also a $12k increase over the $56k base for the e40, and that’s many thousand more than the base price of an ICE 4 series GC. So while continuing to add options, performance, etc. to a car is great, it all comes down to what you are comfortable affording and paying for.
Also the question shouldn’t be whether the options are worth a certain amount of money but whether people like them, and if people like them, everyone can determine for themselves whether they’re worth it.