Different people have different interests, and varying prioritizations of those points. When I was a teen, I did not care much at all about how my car looked inside or out. Most important to me was how it performed. My cars were fast. My buddies and I were into the movies Mad Max and Road Warrior at the time.
But there were other students who wanted nice, clean, quiet, safe cars. That was fine with me. I did not judge them nor did I worry about them judging me. We had different interests and different priorities.
Then I went through my motorcycle phase. I wanted off road. Later, I wanted enduro. Then I wanted large fast racer bikes that I could carry pretty girls on. Each interest required a completely different style of vehicle.
When I got married and had children, I sold the motorcycles and convertible Mustang, and bought an SUV (Toyota 4Runner, Suburban, Excursion). I even bought a school bus for family roadtrips and camping. Then when the kids got older and driving on their own, we downsized to a sedan.
I would love to have a nice 4 door 4×4 truck, or a late model Explorer, but there are budgetary constraints. Someday I’d love to have another Mustang convertible, or perhaps a Corvette. Today however, is not that day.