Possibly but it would depend on many variables including outside air temperature, road conditions (dry, wet, etc.) wind and elevation changes. If you have not already done so check out A Better Route Planner. A Better Routeplanner (Also available as a phone app.)
If you’re asking if theoretically, going from 100% to 0%, you can go 200 miles at that speed, I’d say yes, most likely in most conditions, unless you are in well below freezing temperatures. In the more realistic scenario where you start with 90-95% and want to get to your destination with 5-15%, then it is harder to say. The good news is that you can always slow down if you feel you might not reach your destination!
As others commented, it is doable. When I purchased MY LR and took it to see my wife's family from Austin to Fort Worth (approx 200 miles distance), I arrived with 5% battery from 95% level after driving in 75-85 mph on interstate.
The driving condtion was typical warm/dry (85 degrees) Texas fall weather with two large dogs in the back . However, this was only done once when I found out that taking short break in SC is so much comfortable and less stressful.