I think you are not hearing what I am saying about this and in general this topic. I am sure it will be a great car, I am sure the performance will be amazing. This has nothing to do with the performance of the car - which will be mind blowing. My point was the Mustang, Camaro the Challenger and Charger - those pony cars, muscles cars are built on a V8. Take away that rumble, that rumbling motor, and they are just another fast car. The joy of my Mustang wasn’t the 0-60 time, it was the feeling of the rumble and the rawness of it and feeling the car torque when you turned the key.
The new so called pony cars will just be nice fast cars - just as fast as the electric 4 seat grocery getter that mom drives or the electric truck dad drives. The only difference will be what skin do you want over it? The beauty of the electric motor will be the performance it brings to all models and for all drivers. The draw back is that exact thing - it will bring that level of performance to everything, negating the need or purpose to have things like a pony car with a seperate drive trains or power plants. Sure the Porsche and high end companies will continue to manufacture their stuff, but for the mass produced cars we all have it will be a homogenized cost managed platform with the same basics with the only options being various software changes, body styles and seating configurations.
The next generation already has a disconnection for buying cars and the driving experience and that will just continue.