To each is own for sure, but with all the cars you've owned I find it odd none of them had power adjustable tilt/telescopic wheel and you didn't find it useful. I can't remember the last car I owned (besides my Smart TwoFour) that didn't have it. I guess I haven't looked at every $90k car, but I can't recall any that I have looked at that lack those features...It is even found on the F Pace...
If I was to be contemptible, I could apply the same three comments to the thought of electrically adjustable seats, but I won't.
Suffice to say, with power adjustable steering wheel and seats, most smart manufacturers include a nifty feature that automatically moves the seat back and steering wheel up to improve entry/egress and moves it back to the precise place the detected driver left it. In those cars (including other JLR cars), the little memory button saves the mirror, steering wheel and seat positions. Maybe it is just one of those features, like HUD, that you don't really appreciate until you have it. Then again, maybe some people will never like it.
We have had power steering columns on several of our cars, including our current CT6. I simply don't use it after my initial setup. Even the rearview is automatic (digital).
Try this: Program your fob to ingress. Program Memory 3 to your preferred driving urban setting. Program 2 to your track position or spouse fob whichever is best for you.
So when you unlock, your seat is set for ingress. Then press 3 to configure your cruising position.
Jaguar had to make some engineering decisions:
1) Weight. The car is a porker. Notice it came in at about 700lb under the eTron, 600lb under the MX, roughly the same as the MS (except the MS has lacks some components like HUD, digital dampening system, long travel suspension, real 24 way leather seats).
2) Cost. "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time".
This is why a Tesla has few luxury features. Cost and weight.