Cars are on their way to becoming a household appliance:
You'll get in and they'll ferry you off to your job and bring you back, that's it. They'll shift to focusing on autonomy, security, sound and entertainment systems, electric coolers, mobile broadband networking, and probably integrated Keurig coffee makers, etc. rather than performance, along with a shift toward maximizing range.
Legally it will become impossible for you to modify, own, or repair your own vehicle. They will be legislated and managed similar to software, essentially a permanent lease. This has already been happening via the EPA and wanton abuse of illegitimate authority, in much the same way the ATF has slowly gutted the core purpose of the 2nd amendment.
"Analog driving" will become a pass time for elites or diehards with money to spare, once regulations are in place that position a much heavier share of the tax burden on people who still choose to drive ICE powered vehicles.
All in the farcical perception of saving the environment. At the end of the day, the enthusiasts and mother nature will lose, while big business and big oil will see record profits.
God, I hope I'm wrong, but the writing on the wall is pretty clear.