Not my commute, nor that of the vast majority of the people I work with. They could commute in my Smart ED. The range is a reliable 80km round trip in all weather conditions, this is worst case, running defrost and seat heaters in -20C with no plugging in during the day (the Smart ED conditions the battery, and the cold soak during the day does not reduce range at all). In summer, round trips of 130km are no trouble. Again, I realize this Tesla forum has members who generally have much longer commutes than the average, because they bought a car with the longest all-electric range, they perceive others cannot live on less, but we can! I certainly would like a long range EV to replace our Mercedes SUV, and then we could drive 100% on electrons. But the MB never goes on a commute, the trips in that car are <10km during the week, and >300km on the weekends, there is no "in between". The other option is to have two small electric cars (Smart + BMW perhaps) and just save the gas car for the long weekend trips. And that just might be more practical once our oldest reaches driving age, as handing the keys over to a Model S to a teen...I don't want to think about it.