Nashville to Louisville is about 175 miles (depends a lot on exactly where in each city). I'm not worried about the 80 MPH range. Guess we shouldn't worry about the 60 kWh models. But I do worry that our battery warranty only covers 70% of the new range: 265 * 0.7 = 185. Furthermore my interest is primarily in driving the route in cold weather which saps power even more. Perhaps the thing to do is build out the network on 180 mile segments today so as tomorrow fill in between every 90. Need a Supercharger in Decatur/Athens Alabama once one is out of the mountains of south Tennessee before climbing to Cullman, Alabama on the way to Birmingham. Decatur/Athens is also just what you need if driving Chattanooga to Memphis.