You clearly know nothing about driving experience. What makes a driving experience good and fun is equal power and torque at the same time. The power and torque curves of ICE engines are exponential in opposite directions and you typically can only get equal HP and Torque up in the 5-6000 RPM range (near redline) where they both hit the same value (where the curves cross). Electric motors on the other hand have identical HP and Torque curves. They have maximum Torque and HP at every point along the curve.
Electric motors are the absolute funnest type of propulsion there is to drive. Why do you think the first Porsche was Electric and only went to ICE when he couldn't solve the power storage problem? You should test drive a pure electric some day and realize everything you've been missing. Because you don't know what you're talking about if you think ICE engines are the funnest to drive.