So the 2020 question is now, "How much range is enough?"
With more 200 mile range cars on sale now, e.g. Bolt, Kia, Hyundai, iPace and more on the horizon, VW, EQC, Audi, is that enough? Or are you fascinated that Tesla churns out 300 mile range cars as their standard, e.g. Y, 3, X, and S?
It seems to be this is the age old story of legacy companies unable to trade off old in order to get new. In this case, it is the heavier cars and perhaps power hungry electronics. This is separate from potentially better battery technology although I doubt that unless Tesla has some patents that give them the range edge.
Back to the question, is 200 mile range enough for the warm times and 160ish miles during the cold times?
P.S. I vote yes as I have driven our 96 mile range B250e now for almost 6 years and would consider buying it at a discount at the end of the lease.
Jeff in NYC
MB '06 E500W; MB '81 380SL
Retired: MB '17 B250e; MB '14 Be