I'll start: I'm having trouble shaking the state of constantly having the feeling that I'm forgetting something, because I don't have my prior car's keyfob on my person anymore.
Having two small kids my self and doing pick up in the afternoon Im actually thankful for that change. I used a Tesla for a trip off Turo earlier in the year and following a couple going up a hill in a lazy small town for about 200' and I was about a car or two lengths behind them and they had no idea I was even there. So yeah I like the change even tho I was sure I would hate it.I actually rather like the UFOy reversing sound, but I imagine I'm something of an outlier.
For me it's the "full tank every morning". You can read about it. You can understand it in theory. But you have to experience it for a while to really "get" it that it's actually easier to deal with than an ICE car!
I'd have to add the "speeding by more than your stated margin" chime to the pleasant surprise list. I too have upgraded from a Prius C which was a nice little commuter car, but now when I want to pass someone on the highway, it's far too easy to blip from 60 MPH to over 80 MPH without noticing. That chime is obvious in retrospect, but is probably keeping me from getting into a lot of trouble.Since there's so little noise, and the car is so smooth and stable relative to my old car (Prius C): how fast I drive if I don't have a speed control setting set ... and that there's a setting that actually prevents you from exceeding a specified speed!