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Must be less fatiguing without all the noise and harmonics associated with gasoline propulsion systems. I'm seeing more and more "S" models in my neighborhood. There are at least four within a few blocks of my house.
Incredibly less fatiguing, Jim: between the lack of noise and low frequency vibrations, and combined with the enforced charging stops every two-to-three hours (I typically spend 40 minutes at a Supercharger, though it could be anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on where the next one is), you can drive comfortably for a very long time, even at my advanced age.
Gero, the car's nominal range is 265 miles on a charge, but that can vary enormously depending on your driving style and weather conditions: I've exceeded 300 miles several times, and there are some days and some routes where 180 miles would be pushing it. Most Superchargers are located about 150 miles apart.