That’s the bottom line for us - we also have a Honda Odyssey. It’s a great car but gets about 20 MPG. At $3.20 per gallon that’s $0.16/mile in fuel costs compared to $0.015 ~ $0.03 per mile for my model Y.Now the bottom line. Unless you charge at work or some other location where someone else pays for the electricity you are probably paying about $5 or a little more for a gallon equivalent (33.7kW) of electricity when you charge at home (Supercharger costs are even higher.) If gas costs you $3.20 per gallon and you achieve (best case) 56 MPG in your Prius your cost per mile (just for gas) is 5.7 cents per mile. The cost per mile of driving the Tesla Model Y would be $5/125MPGe or 4 cents per mile. Many conventional (non-hybrid) internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles such as trucks and SUVs never get anywhere near 30 MPG let alone 56 MPG, typically not much over 20 MPG. At $3.20 per gallon for gas driving a conventional ICE vehicle that achieves 22 MPG would cost 14.5 cents per mile.