- Jul 6, 2020
- Reaction score
- Dodge Challenger, Tesla Model 3
- Industrial Engineer
I’ve shared before a personal anecdote of my wife’s model 3 losing 70% of its range on the worst day of the year here. That’s rare, but it does happen. For me I want one of my vehicles to be able to handle the worst case scenario without worry so I can get rid of gas. If I lived in a warmer climate a M3 standard range would be enough, as we have no issues in summer.I think you overestimate your energy use, and electricity is easier to come by than gasoline... But there's no argument there aren't use cases for being able to carry more energy.
There are alot of bad arguments, tho.