This happens to us every 16 years or so: we go from the old generation of a vehicle to the new one and experience the wonder of what’s happened to vehicles recently.
I wanted to turn on the lights because it was overcast, and I couldn’t, but then when I got home the lights were on because, I guess, it knew it was overcast. Gary said the new cars know when it’s overcast, and they car puts on the lights for you. I tested that this morning when it was overcast - in fact it was raining, and the car turned in the lights while it was in the garage, and then the car turned on the wipers when I backed out into the rain.
I said, that’s too much magic for me today, and pulled back in. I’ve decided I can accept one weird thing each day. Yesterday it was the realization that if you leave it alone in the garage for a few minutes it entertains itself by throwing a illumination advertising on the garage floor.
Speaking of scary, I was initially interested in the fancy wheel covers that resemble a UK electric outlet. I had no idea they were initially called the “Corona” model.