I imagine 4.1 miles/kWh overall, not 4.1 miles/kWh at 85 mph.
However, I entirely agree with your post. Tesla ownership is hassle free.
Better every month this year
Let's see how many CCS enabled cars on the road does it take before EA realizes that 10 chargers on their busiest sites won't be enough? Even 3 at their less traveled sites is barely enough ... especially due to ICEingGRA wrote: ↑Wed Oct 09, 2019 6:29 pm
I agree they're insufficient for CHAdeMO-equipped cars, but not for CCS. EA has built sites with as many as 9 CCS-only chargers (plus 1 CCS-CHAdeMO, so 10 total), the number varying from as few as 3+1 in rural areas unlikely to see much traffic, on up. There's a much smaller number of CCS cars compared to Teslas at the moment, and IIRR it was at least three years and probably longer before Tesla built the first SC site with more than 10 chargers, as larger sites simply weren't needed until then.