When I had the car, I took my Dad (86 years old), my brother (51 years old), and my niece (17 years old) for a ride, so we could span the generations in this “touch the future” experience. Culturally, this spanned someone who walked 2 miles each day to school to someone who wants to drive to school every day. The times, they are a-changin’.
They were all impressed with the low noise and steady power the vehicle exhibited and also impressed that it looked like any other vehicle on the road (except for all the Air Products logos). They imagined this might be viable in the near future.