I'm asking this question because I live in France and I don't know when and at what price the model S is going to be available (Well, it's gonna be at least 1y away...) I'm really tired of wasting so much money on gas - here gasoline is more than $8 a gallon and I drive around 50000km/year (30000 miles/y) ($10000/y only for gas...) - mainly short trips (less than 120km/80miles per day) and quite a few long trips (500 to 1500km). I was thinking of replacing my gasoline/e85 car with a 300 miles model S w/ fast charging but the more I wait the more I'm thinking of buying a temporary EV for the transition. The Nissan leaf looked good but at EUR31000 ($42000), it was too expensive for its range capability (I still need to keep a gasoline car). Now that Renault has announced the Zoe - and that I actually rode in actual Renault EVs (Fluence & Kangoo) - I'm thinking that at EUR15100,00 (+ EUR80/month battery lease) I might buy a Zoe waiting for an actual long range EV... I'm asking this question because the Zoe is first going to appear in France (Renault...) and nobody has ever done the math with this kind of price (pretty cheap for a real EV). Would you consider getting such a car as a temporary solution?