Car forums tend to lean heavily on the negative aspects of the car, to the point where you start wondering whether owning one is a good idea. To counterbalance that tendency, I thought it would be good to start a cathartic thread that covers the things we love about our cars. Here are a few to get us started. I'm looking forward to hearing about the things you love! The whistling sound of the electric motor on rapid acceleration. It reminds me that I'm driving a car from the 21st century. The availability of instant torque at any speed. One pedal driving. There's a turn into my neighborhood that in a non-electric car requires getting the car down to the right speed, in the right gear, and settled for the turn. In the Kona, in regen mode 3 I can just ease off the accelerator, the car slows down, and I turn. Simple, smooth, right every time. In Eco mode, the regeneration statistics that show you miles regenerated when you slow down. This gamification of driving has changed the way i think about stopping or going down hills. I love the idea that you can get more miles/km back. Charging to 80% (in warm weather) and still getting more miles on GOM than the EPA rating. Being able to prep the car before getting in and driving - setting the cabin temperature, pre-loading a destination vie the MyHyundai app. Despite being a smaller vehicle, I can still put airplane-sized carry-on bags in the trunk end-on without having to fold the seats down. So this isn't Kona Electric-specific, but parking at a charging station and topping up the battery rather than putting money in a parking meter. Parking has a function other than occupying a space. Smart cruise control that works down to 0 mph/kmh. In a traffic jam, I can enable this mode and let the car deal with the constant stop/start hassle. I only wish it didn't timeout so quickly, but resuming just takes a toggle of the steering wheel button, or a slight press of the accelerator. This results in a far less tiring commute. The little curved indent in the inside of the charging port door where you can hang the upper port cover, while charging.