Ok, to clarify, I'm not "angry" about anything other than the fad for rubber band tires.
There is a good reason for gigantic wheels on F1 racing cars: to clear the gigantic brake disks. And also partly to minimize sidewall flexing to get better handling.
But for normal cars, the current crop of big wheels is a disaster. They are heavy, to start with. And you have to run super-low profile tires, which means the tire sidewalls have to be stiffer, which is bad for fuel economy--or in the EV case, range. Go over a pothole and you are much more likely to ruin the tire and damage the rim. Plus, the low profile tires are more expensive. And if you want to get snow tires for your gigantic rims, it is another headache.
There is no advantage to 20" or 21" (or, probably in the future, 22") wheels on a normal car like the ID.4. Maybe they look cool, but otherwise, ugh!