We can shift from pointless to irrelevant. That's a very, very simple argument. The dictionary definition of irrelevant is, helpfully, not relevant. The applicable definition of relevant having significant and demonstrable bearing on the matter at hand, so we can conclude that you view the T50 as not having significant and demonstrable bearing on the matter at hand.
It's pretty safe to say that GM's and your definition of the matter at hand are rather different. With respect, given that this was GM's project that he undertook of his own accord and not of some corporate or public demand, I'd say his goal posts are the only ones that mattered. That doesn't of course mean you have to like it or appreciate it or want it. It just means that judging the execution of a football shoe by it's performance for a ballerina is always going to be a dead end.Or a LeMans car's ability to haul a load of gravel.
I think a more accurate statement might be "I don't get this car's design brief", which is fair enough. It's not made to appeal to you and I though, in much the same way art isn't created to please someone else. Throughout the numerous T50 interview videos, he's quite clear: I wanted; I would only do it if; I wouldn't do it if x; I wanted to; I don't care about...
Among the things he's said he doesn't care about (and things that aren't published): 1/4 mile time, 0-60 time, top speed (looks, it's 980 kg and has 650 hp, it'll be plenty fast but I don't care what the numbers are).
In Canuckistan where we're currently governed by a "Diversity is our Strength" / "I do not know how many times I wore Black face" Prime Minister in his 2nd term, there is no public road with a speed limit above 120 km/h, which is across relatively short sections of the Coquihalla Highway aka The Coque (like Coke). I have not yet driven a production car, truck or motorcycle that is incapable of breaking this speed limit. Pointless and irrelevant performance from the most boring and pedestrian of offerings. 200 MPH? 150 MPH? 125 MPH? 100? 85? What's the tipping point from smart to irrelevant?
To the T50's credit, the fan could very well be used on public roads - or road. If I'm not mistaken, the only time the fan is activated automatically is under hard braking at high speeds, which generates a substantial (10 meters) reduction in stopping distance from some Autobahn-only speed.