Not sure why you think I am part of the problem. Whatever problem you feel this whole things encompasses.
I merely said I lack sympathy when people buying expensive, totally unnecessary luxury items like $75,000 sports cars complain their toys are expensive.
I find such whining to be on a par with complaining one's $50 cigar was nit properly humidified. There's people out there who can't afford a toy Corvette, let alone the real thing.
There's not a single line item in that list that cannot be negotiated right back out of it. Almost all of them as easily as I suggested: Cross it off and tell them to recalculate. All the add-ons like "undercoating" and such are options anyway to see if the buyer really is a sucker.
Car dealers aren't operated as a charity and someone buying a car at that level has money to burn or they'd not even be considering it so high-balling is going to happen. The smart buyer knows how to deal and the dumb ones who can afford cars of that sort need to learn fast or not get worked up over it.
(I neither sell nor buy cars so I have no stake in this. I just dislike people who seem to think the rest of the world is somehow obligated to be their parent and keep them from doing foolish things with their money.)
The bottom line is. "If it costs you more than you want to pay, don't pay it." Not having a Corvette will not shorten your life or cause you a painful disease. (Any "you", I don't mean you specifically.)