Sure is a wonder. Maybe a few tipping points can be identified.
When insurance rates are based on a vehicle’s soft package instead of visual bells and whistles. I mean risk ratings have to be based on something? ;-)
When the average number of moving parts in autos drop from many, many thousands to somewhere under 100.
When less than half the number of car owners of today exist because that the number of people that can still afford a safe car. The rest of us will be in some mass transit or zip car rental option.
Probably some more, like when passengers and drivers can get their daily yoga sessions in during commutes. :-)