I guess you don’t think far ahead. Unless there’s a 500+ range, I won’t be switching over to full EV. You see, during the snow storm, the battery depleted quicker than ever. As much as 40-50% less on range, then as soon as you start driving, it will run out if juice faster than estimated. For example, if you drive 30 miles in a mid 20 temperatures, you will use as much as 40 miles of battery. Now let say if there’s a power outage and you can’t get power for couple days, how are you going to charge your car. Now, few argue that you can use the extended range Tesla but if I spent 35K over on a car, I like to drive in comfort such as heater to keep me warm or A/C to keep me cool, after all, you want to enjoy the car, not cut back.