That's a /different/ intended range of uses.This shouldn't be too hard.
"I want to design a car that works great for a lot of things. Not just driving fast, or looking good, or gas mileage, or any one thing. I want a vehicle that is functional for all things. It's pretty good at stuff, and carries stuff too. "
It's more like reliability. Say a car is expected to run for 100k miles. One car, runs, with ordinary maintenance, 100k miles, no problem. Another, tends to break down frequently from the moment you drive it off the lot until it's had a little repair work and breaking-in, then it runs great, with ordinary maintenance, from 10-60k miles, then it starts breaking down again.
Now, if you happen to LOVE working on cars, you make like that, a lot. Tuning & fixating it up just so in those early miles, and lovingly keeping it running later on.
But you can't claim it doesn't break down, or that the other, boring, hateful, never-get-to-work-on it mockery of a real car isn't "more reliable."