You are not the target market for e-bikes in general. To conflate your own speed with what people are used to is faulty logic. To people not used to a bike 25kmh is fast, and more over, the handling dynamics and braking dynamics are complex at that speed, and more complex with instant 250W(+) power.
Even some regular cyclists don't exceed 25kmh, and that speed- at least anecdotally from users in my household 'feels fast'.
Its much more difficult to see or understand the lack of something you feel is second nature, as you take it for granted. Bike handling, positioning in traffic, and power/brake-control on 2 wheels is complex, and is not part of most peoples day-day.
On a side note the video notes a paper suggesting increased similarities between MC and E-B pattern of injuries, and this across a set of other papers is disputed.
We are, as I stated above, at an early time-point in data capture, and I suspect not caputuring (in the UK) E-B vs N-B crash statistics.