I am 52yo and grew up on muscle cars, it is my passion. Learning to build and tune to get a few extra HP to go one tenth of a second faster is what makes it fun and why we spend so many hours and dollars in that pursuit. Now your 20 something next door neighbor who has never turned a wrench in his life can drop a $100K and go faster than most any car you have built. All he has to do is show up at the strip, press the pedal (that has no mechanical linkage) and go, will probably blow you away with AWD and instant torque on street tires. Not only is he faster, it is a regular daily driver sedan. He can't even do any mods if he wanted to other than changing the tires unless the company offers a new firmware upgrade. I fail to see where the fun is in this, don't get me wrong, I love going fast. But if you can reach these speeds with no knowledge of how or time and money invested, then where is any sense of pride? In my opinion it completely removes the sense of competitivenes if anybody can buy the same car.