I'm definitely in that camp. When I was a kid the poster-on-the-wall Lambo/whatever was around 5s 0-60, and anything sub-10s was "quick".Not sure exactly what this means, or whether I care. But it sounds impressive!
I still think 5s is Supercar territory, but now it is commonly available in EV. I don't think having sub-5s is either worth the money, or useful. Sure, I might choose to use it now and again - Demos for mates, or "at the lights" with some loud, polluting, terrible-MPG-consumption ICE alongside me ... but that's it.
Get to a junction, with a passenger, and "hop out" into a narrow gap "because you can" and your passenger, particularly if not concentrating, won't thank you ... and cruising along the highway its no help, the passing-speed is already "plenty good enough"
A half-a-car-length victory, and all the headlines and click-bait that it brings, in a sub-2s 0-60 dash is considerably less than the twinkling of an eye. When the 0-60 dash was 10s a half a car length was like night and day ...
So, yeah, save yourself the money and skip the expense of "ludicrous" mode equivalent. Unless you need it (track/whatever) its so rarely useful its just a waste of money. Blinking impressive, from an engineering PoV though. This DragTimes video, from 2016, has P100D doing 2.7s 0-60 in the wet!
Impressive ... but IMHO not useful day-to-day