It’s a beauty, does it have a flux capacitor?
With all the bells and whistles, it just might. These new cars have so many gadgets and gizmos, it's like buying a new computer and digging around to see everything that's installed.
Instead of an AM/FM radio, it can play digital music files from an SD card, by plugging a device into the USB port, connecting the phone via Bluetooth or using a paid music subscription service. Oddly enough, it cannot play CDs.
Rather than simply moving the seats forward and backward, they can be adjusting in 14 different directions, with multiple memory settings so the seat goes exactly where you program it to go. Because moving your own seat is so last century.
Once upon a time, you had to keep your foot on the pedal if you wanted to go forward. That is too much trouble for today's cars. When you want to set the cruise control, you can either get to the speed you want to go and let the car take over, or simply tell the car what speed you want to go and it will get there. And if any cars in front of you slow down or someone changes lanes, your car will adjust accordingly. It will even slam on the brakes if it has to. Feet are no longer required.
The car can make sure you stay in your lane, and if you wander off a little, it can steer you in the right direction. Hands are still required, though.
Something I find annoying is the warning alarm when cars are too close. Where I live, other cars will always be too close. Scooters routinely drive within inches of other vehicles. My car beeps a lot.
What I like, but assumed I would not, are all the cameras all over the place. My natural instinct is to turn around when backing up, but the rear view camera can see far more than I can, and it even shows you a 360 view of everything around you. In a place with tiny parking spaces, this is especially helpful. It also has a night view camera, which is essentially infrared that shows you people and things in the dark distance, far beyond the headlights. That's great to have with all the stray dogs running around.
You can also close the doors without actually touching them, and if you do want to touch them, there is absolutely no need to slam anything. The doors will close even with a slight tap.
Above all that, more important than the brakes and engine, the cup holders have covers. For some reason.