My take is you are too marginal to attempt it. You will not be satisfied. I've got a 1,000+ mi on mine in the last 28 days and I drive San Diego freeways. Just about got hit today by some hot shot @%^#* sob who thought 67-68 mph was not fast enough for him at 8:50am while I was on the right hand lane headed south on I-5 just south of Del Mar Heights Rd on the I-56 connector to I-805 south. I'm thinking I need to be at the speed of traffic 70-75 mph all the way until I get south of Miserable Mesa BL (aka Mira Mesa BL) on 805 south. It's quite dangerous going slow as I see it. Ok, so you need to go fast enough to keep up with folks. Speed is a major battery drain. If you charge only at home and want to run your climate control regularly I'd say you will be disappointed buying this car. Oh, and don't even think about going out to lunch with it.
I pitch this car like this: If you drive mostly freeway with the climate control on you need to drive less than 70 mi/day for this car to suit you.... and that ignores the capacity loss that is inevitable in time.
Can you go further? Sure. Will it be a constant headache remembering all the attention you need to pay trying to slow down all the time and hope you don't get run off the road. You bet. Will you have to shut off the climate control at times as range anxiety creeps over you? Yes. What a pain.
Just my 28 day experience. Now if you can charge mid day EVERY day the equation is tipping more into your favor. I wish you the best.