Wonder what people think about range and performance on this corridor. My estimate is that the westward path could be an issue, or at least people should be careful with range. Cheyenne to the I-25/I-70 turn is about 100 road miles with a 10% decline. In winter 34.0 KwH (?). Then west on I-70 to Silverthorne is 70 miles BUT will take about the same energy, with the significant climb to the Continental Divide. So I don't see how a S60 can do it, and an S85 had better top off in Wyoming, to get to the summit with 10KwH or so .... Just thinking about the cross-country trekkers.... There is not much up there past Idaho Springs, and nobody wants to see an MS on a flatbed with no juice. Maybe a warning/advise sign as the SC in Cheyenne would be an idea.