Unlikely. Most people keep a car for 5-6 years and then start looking for a trade-in. The headlights aren’t going to be a problem in that time span. Glass is heavier than plastic, which adds weight, which lowers fuel economy. And plastic is easier and cheaper to shape however you want than glass is.
For what it’s worth, my 10 year old TL’s headlights are crystal clear. You just have to take care of 'em and they’re fine. Every time I wash the car, the headlights get a coating of hard wax.
OP, if your headlights are cloudy on the outside, just get a headlight restoration kit. You can bring 'em back to almost new in around half an hour. Then be sure to keep them waxed to protect them from the UV light that yellows them and you won’t have to worry about this again for a long time.