I second Peter's warm Piano World welcome!
Most all digital pianos sound "electronic" to an extent. There may be some exceptions, but when my hearing was better, I could do a blind listening test with at least 99.9% accuracy that a piano was a real acoustic or a digital.
It is very difficult to adjust the "digital" sound out of a digital piano.
With that said, I'd venture to say that more people now own digital pianos than acoustic (except on Piano World:-). That said, part II, many digital pianos sound great.
I enjoy my acoustic pianos a lot, but I also enjoy my digital piano for what it is. I use a combo blend of the grand piano sound and the 1960's electric piano sound. I like that combo and use it most of the time when I play the digital.
You might try combining another tone selection along with the grand piano tone and see how you like it.
If you want the true sound of a real acoustic, you may need to get a real acoustic piano.
Just my .02, at a PW discount.