Hi, just wanted to share my first long trip with my 60 kWh. Some inquired about it so here are some details. For the record, I wanted to buy the 40 kWh until I understood that I wouldn't be able to make the trip to Quebec City in any circumstances. I purchased the S to be my 1st car unless for long trip/rough winter conditions where my AWD truck is more practical exception made of a 5-10 trips to Qc City when weather permits. My ALL-ELECTRIC weekend: A success with some apprehensions. The car kept its promises To Quebec City: I made it with 60 km of charge remaining - Left Montreal at 1pm with 330 km of charge (MAX I can get is 336-340km on MAX range) : - NAV indicated 261km to make it to my destination in QC City - Once out of the Island of Mtl I put the cruise ON at 100km/h, I know it's slow but it was my first long trip with somewhat no backup along the way - Head wind at 10km/h from the East - Put A/C ON as outside temp was 24 to 26C - 45 min into my trip I was averaging 180 Wh/km and was well on my way to make the distance hands down so I put the cruise to 106 km/h - Without any issues I made it to my destination with exactly 60 km of autonomy remaining; no stop - I would have really felt better if there would have been a Fast charger in Trois-Rivières and if there would be a 240V plug easily accessible at my parents' place - AVG 188 wh/km In Qc City, I managed to plug the UMC on an home-made 40 feet extension cord and then into an oven plug (8/4 SOOW cable with male-female NEMA 14-50connectors). Dialed the amps to 30A and woke up with a full charge on Sunday. Drove to St-Raymond (50km) in the afternoon and arrived with 280km left. I plugged on 110V for 4 hours and left with 300km of charge to Mtl. Back to Mtl: I made it again with 60 km of charge remaining - NAV indicated 237 km to Mtl - The first 20km was rural roads; I averaged 139 wh/km during that stretch - Then hit highway 40 with cruise à 106 no AC and right after T-R, I was averaging 159wh/km - I put the cruise to 115 km/h no AC => I arrived in Mtl with 60km of charge remaining. No stop - Total trip AVG 186 wh/km Around $6-$8 and no CO2… Conclusion: Making long distance trips in an Electric car is doable however it is not all that practical when you don't control both ends of the destination (no for everybody at least until fast chargers are ubiquitous in homes and businesses). We need a public charging point in Trois-Rivières near the highway to remove range anxiety. You need at least a 240V charging point at destination if you stay less than 36 hours.