I'm in the middle of a trip from NYC to Maine, with my wife, 2 year old, and 2 week old. Its incredible how family friendly the car is:
First, the amount of luggage and strollers and diapers and god knows what we crammed into here, while still leaving plenty of room for sight lines is nothing short of amazing. We live in manhattan and our doorman helped me move all our stuff to the curb. Then when I packed it he had to come out see for himself, so amazed was he that it all could fit - and this is a guy who packs cars with luggage all day long.
The app's allowing you to cool the car before you return to it is huge, when it comes to a hot day, and getting two small kids into their respective car seats.
Next, the ride itself is both firm yet smooth, which is perfect for keeping my car sick prone daughter feeling less car sick.
The various search/Nav functions, based on real world google language, makes finding your way to things kids might suddenly need exceptionally easy (although the traffic on the navigation is pretty bad, if it exists at all - one of my few complaints.)
The amount if time it takes to supercharge from bottom to top is just about the amount of time it takes to feed the family quickly, bathroom visits, and maybe an extra diaper change for the road. But instead of having to stop at a gas station after you do all this, you just head back to your nice cool, charged car and take off.
Not sure about most places, but the supercharger at the Darien road stop, as well as the EV charging space at the hotel we're at, feature the best parking spaces available - directly next to the entrances. It almost seems unfair.
The fact that there's no central driveshaft means that the rear floors are flat, making it super easy for my 2 year old to get to, and climb into her seat herself.
She also likes looking at the giant touchscreen without, thankfully, getting overly entranced by it. Just a slight entertainment as a new song comes on and she checks out the album art work.
I knew there's more, I kept remarking on it all day, but that's a pretty good start.
I suppose biggest of all - and not to get preachy - you're helping to pass along a slightly-less-screwed up planet to them. And country, I suppose, in that its also American made.
Oh, one more thing - it looks and drives like a Maserati. Just so we don't forget what's really important.