I agree but I'm not trying to make a fair comparison. I'm just giving you the pricing numbers that helped me make my final determination. My family's decision was between the Model Y and ID.4. In terms of what we need both are small SUVs which is what we want. We also wanted the blue color with a tow hitch.
For both vehicles the options are First Edition (ID.4) and the AWD Model Y. It's what we can purchase today. Sure, the Model Y is AWD whereas the ID.4 is RWD. The range is different; charging speed; etc. but at the end of the day they are both small SUVs. The price difference certainly should factor into anyone's buying decision and it did with mine. I really wanted the Model Y but could not justify it to my wife since this is her car and she likes the ID.4. If the price was closer I could likely have convinced her because of the AWD and range differences. I hope that helps explain my thinking.
I only brought up the SR to make it a fair comparison in case others were more focused on a dollar for dollar and feature to feature comparison. Personal (and more importantly, wife’s) choice always takes precedent.
Personally, MY next car will be a C8 vette even though another Tesla (or really ANY 4 door car) would be better for the family.