Agreed, I drove the Model 3 Performance model (dual motor AWD) for 750 miles running up and down PCH from Santa Barabara/Big Sur to Southern OC and had to recharge 2 times as I was pushing it hard, luckily there are plenty of superchargers along the area. But it must be noted that the highest trim Cybertruck has 500+ Mile range and in tri-motor trim. I doubt you're going to MOAB every week from the E. Coast, so it could t fit the bill... also Gran Junction isn't far away, either. I have done the drive many times and had to perserve my gas (turn off AC, close windows to reduce drag) until I got back to CO to get gas.EVs are coming up and they are doing great, unfortunately for long distance travel, or constant travel you have to deal with charging times, specially overlanding, for home equipment and tools they are great, for in town work etc too, but once you start thinking about cross country travel/400+ miles is when EVs are not there yet. In my case I've driven from Houston TX to Mooresville NC non stop a few times a year, only stop for gas and food, can't do that on an EV just yet.
That's far too early, the Model S is nearly a decade old (2012) and with P100D formats and 400 mile range and AP3 introduction last year its more like a mid 30s Packard like this one:Everyone should remember, EV’s are just starting......these are the Model-T’s we are talking about today. Wait 10 or 20 years, they’ll get the battery and charger situation sorted out.