What is the benefit to the consumer of #3, other than #1 and #2?
On #4, safety, this is clearly your personal perception, and nothing more substantive than that. Gas-powered cars are quite capable of vehicle fires, and this is not exactly uncommon. And EVs have low centres of gravity and additional stiffness from the battery packs that make them more robust in a crash.
On #5, toxicity of manufacturing, you are ignoring the byproducts of gasoline / diesel manufacturing, which are every bit as icky as for a battery (and then some).
And of course, there's a balancing lists of benefits to the consumer of an EV vs an ICE, including but not limited to:
1. Much quieter cabin
2. Ability to pre-heat cabin in cold weather
3. Vibration-free ride
4. Faster acceleration, especially from 0 to 30 (one reason why EVs are especially popular in towns)
5. Ability to charge without user presence
6. Lower costs of fuel
7. Lower costs of maintenance
8. Lower carbon footprint
9. No exhaust fumes
These are tangible benefits that many (but of course not all) consumers value. With the exception of #8, they're also hardly the stuff of which dreams are made in Davos.