$11,120 total lease cost for an LT seems a bit much to me. That would be a decent deal for a premier. Keyes just posted the same car 36 months/12k/ $249/month 0-down. Total lease cost just under $9k. (California)
Normally, I would agree with LLninja, but not with this car. It's not going to last like other cars. Buying it and keeping it for 10+ years is almost certainly not going to be an option. It won't be user serviceable, and the cost of keeping it on the road might escalate to the point where it is no longer economically viable to keep it. It WILL be superseded by other better technologies (both EV and hybrid). The new technologies will further drive down the resale cost.If you lose your job tomorrow, are you OK with the risk of owing $6.1k over 3 years? It's all Monopoly money. $0 down payment means higher payments. $5k down means lower payments. What you didn't tell us was the MSRP and what the discounted price of the car was. Dealerships are more than happy to ask you what you are willing to pay as a payment to hook you in, then make their money. But the best deals are where you negotiate the price way, way down then go from there.
Plus, 3 years from now you are back at square one looking for your next car, which is another opportunity to find a decent deal or get screwed. I prefer to find the deal of the decade, buy it with the 100% down plan, $0 per month payments, unlimited miles, unlimited term, and avoid car dealerships as much as possible.