Given the variety of EVs produced in the last decade from so many different and major manufacturers, it's hard to believe that only Tesla has made one that has a range of more than 100 miles. For my household, we almost never need that much range, but 1-2 times a week we do have occasion to go 60 miles each way to a specific destination. So it's Tesla, or an ICE. My biggest "shaking my head" moments come thinking about Toyota. They basically created the movement with their line of hybrids, the Prius being the biggest in terms of sales and familiarity obviously. They finally relented and came out with the plug-in hybrid version, which had a whopping 4.4 kWh battery pack, for an additional $6k. Honestly, what a joke. They could have easily won the small EV market just as they won the hybrid market. Shaking my head indeed. So it seems it's all up to Tesla again, with the Model 3, still years away. I just can't believe not a single manufacturer has put their muscle behind a small EV with decent range. I had a Leaf, and the question EVERYONE asked was how far you can go. And when you said "80-90 miles" they'd do that slow nod and think, "yeah, I guess I could maybe make that work..." If you said 150 miles, or 200 miles, everyone would shrug and know it was enough for a day's travels, without the compromise. The <100 mile range of every EV (save Tesla) scares off so. many. potential. customers. So I know my post won't magically create more options in the marketplace. But I also know that my ownership of a Leaf sold five Leafs. My experience and soft evangelizing made it seem okay and reasonable to buy one. But I know for a fact that ten times that number would buy if they had a 150 mile range, even if the cost was a bit more.