I know what you're getting at. And EVs have a great weight distribution too, with consistent weight throughout the floorpan thanks to the batteries, and motors on either axle, which are far lighter than an ICE anyway. But agility is still hampered by the huge weight. Imagine driving a caterham Vs a range rover sport on a track. The range will have a lot more power, but struggles pushing the weight through the bends. From the EVs I've driven, the fun factor starts to wain the twistier the roads get. You just get tired of feeling that weight get thrown around all the time.