I think this is where marketing and pre-design research comes into its own.
The scratch DJs will like the motorised platters perhaps, but would 100% of them want video?
Looking from the other side, would all the DJs who want to get into video, or video without a laptop, enjoy any benefit to their workflow from motorised platters?
A single model with both motors and video would be crazy expensive and if people are thinking that $200 of Motors, or $1000 worth of video hardware (3 screens, hdmi in and out, extra memory for video handling, font/character generation etc) added to a model that would probably be $2000 anyway just for 2 decks of Prime and a prime mixer, are featured that they’d never use, it could be a niche disaster.
It would be better to have several models, with none being the motor and video version, but one model with video but no motors, another model with motors but no video etc