By 'non-sporty' I meant "Not interested in spirited driving." Is that you? I still like to drive fast (ish) occasionally, but having driven non-exotic fours all my life I don't need Tesla performance. And being in constant pain tends to prioritize comfort.
I've been pretty consistent about preferring power with comfort over just power. I rode a Suzuki Madura 1200 for almost ten years because that bike had both. It was fast (the second fastest 1200cc Cruiser in a test that included the Yamaha V-Max, which came in first) but it had a comfortable ride, and a tall Overdrive 6th gear that let if loaf along at 90MPH rather than roaring and straining. I also owned - briefly - a Zero SR that could damned near tear your arms off under full power. It also had a small, rock-hard plastic seat, nearly straight bars, and an internal isolation fault that both Zero and the crooked California dealership I bought it from shrugged and let go through. It was very far ahead of the Madura technologically, but it was, overall, a POS in the quality department. It was, IOW, the Tesla M3 of its time.