The car gives you some pretty good warning signals when you're getting low on juice,
will go into an ECO mode that shuts off things like A/C etc. to conserve energy.
It'll even guide you to the nearest charge station.
Most people have their own charging systems at home that run off of 220 and will completely
"fill" the car overnight.
You can plug in to 110 but it then takes forever to charge up,as 1hr. only equals about 3 miles
of run time.
I look at these type cars as a peek into what the future holds,oil/gas will eventually dry up or be so
expensive most won't be able to afford it....sure that's probably way down the road,BUT!!!!
Tesla's and other high end EV type rides are currently mostly for people who like to think outside the box,
tree hugger's,visionary's etc.
The vast majority don't look at things that way!IMO
Keep the status quo/comfort zone,,is what people still and will probably always want.
Change is a slow,tedious process!
I'm an old school pump the gas pedal hard kind of guy myself,
but man that dual motor Tesla was IMPRESSIVE!
I knew these cars were quick,BUT not that f'n quick!