The Packard Motor Car Company was the first automobile manufacturer to offer air conditioning beginning in 1939; it was an extremely expensive feature so most people didn't have one (my family certainly didn't have one).
I saw a 1951 Packard and it was loaded with features including a lighter (invented 1925). These lighters were invented for cigars.
Electric car windows were available in 1941 in Lincoln vehicles. Its popularity came about in the 1960’s. Not in my family though, it was a costly feature so we continued to crank it by hand; it was a good workout for the forearm.
The first automatic car was introduced in 1940 through General Motors it was their Oldsmobile model. Like air conditioning it was an expensive feature that didn’t begin taking off until the 60’s.
Anyhow, just a few points regarding the history of cars in the U.S. Could you imagine being born in the late 1800’s and seeing the automobile evolution? It would’ve been amazing.