I want basically a stripped platform. NO electronic crap at all. Hell, I'd get crank up windows if I could. For me there is nothing worse than the car doing things for me. If I want it to do something I'll select the button, switch or lever. It must perform at a very competent level and be FUN doing it. THAT is what a car must do for me.
Maybe if folks were a bit more engaged with the actual operation of their cars they'd have less time for texting, reading, putting on make-up, eating breakfast, etc, etc.
Enjoy it while you can. In the next few years, semi-self-driving and self-driving cars will arrive. In all likelihood, they will have an effective accident rate of zero. The insurance game, to the extent it survives, will change. Given the efficiency differences between self-driving and human driven cars, there may well be a licensing differential as well. I'd imagine that anyone wanting to "drive" themselves in ten years will pay a many thousand dollar (five? ten?...) annual premium for the privilege. And many of those other functions will be controlled by voice - so forget rolling up your window, maybe they won't even have a button
This is why it's good that we die after our three score years and ten or whatever. Too hard to deal with what seem like insane changes, that the kids will shrug off or embrace.