With new EVs coming to market, it’s important to compare and contrast the reliability and/or material defects, design defects, etc. that arise through the normal use of your vehicle.
For me, the M3 SR+ is the most reliable car I ever owned. My previous Toyotas (Prius and Camry) were reliable and problem free but they still required regular oil changes and other maintenance which if not performed would void the warranty. The M3 has given me over 13k miles with no defects or problems whatsoever.
I rotated the tires at 8.5k miles DIY in my garage, but the benefit of tire rotation is not limited to EV. I did need a windshield replacement due to a rock strike but any car windshield would have broke from that impact.
So as a daily driver with a 90 mile round trip commute, I have had no issues, reliability or otherwise. I took delivery in March 2019 and I plan on driving it for many years to come.
Certainly there were issues with initial M3 production but they seem to have been addressed. I wonder how reliable and problem free the initial BEV production cars will be from Ford, Hyundai, and others.