juice wrote: TOS wrote:
juice wrote: small car, sedan, minivan, suv/light truck, performance car?
i just don't see it
you're trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist
The range issue with electric isn't a problem? If you say so.
It's not, unless you don't have a place to trickle-charge them overnight. Fast charging is bad for the battery. You can do it on infrequent road trips, but it shouldn't be an everyday thing.
The ~30 minute wait time to fast charge a mostly-discharged battery pack is actually quite reasonable for a car with a ~300 mile range. You should be stopping to stretch every couple hours anyway - pee, walk the dog, stream some Netflix, you'll be back on the road before you know it. It's not the five minute stop that you may be used to with a gasoline powered car, but that's bad for your circulation anyway.