I'm definitely fairly range anxious. If I buy an Ioniq 5, it'll be my first ev (nevermind that the chances of my having the ability to charge at home are poor because of old condominium infrastructure). I've been following recent reviews and reports, and while the reviews are almost universally glowing, reports of range have me kinda concerned (specifically with behavior at highway speeds). (And of course under normal circumstances we shouldn't really go outside the ~10 or 20% to 80% range, for battery health) No question, the thing (and basically any modern EV) will do fantastically in city driving, but it looks like real world range at ~70mph for the top spec configurations will likely only be around 215 miles. I'm a pretty conservative driver myself, and I rarely exceed 65mph, but it *does* happen (and range at 65 probably won't be spectacular either). (Though it would probably be a few percent better if Hyundai or dealers allow it to be bought with the 19" wheels) Obviously, this is a byproduct of the I5's relatively poor drag coefficient, so it can't be helped (I'm really curious to see what the range of equivalent EV6 configurations will be. It looks like it's drag coefficient should be significantly lower). This leads me to thinking: How much range do I or any of us really need? I know full well that I'd only really need 200+ miles of real world range perhaps twice in a year, and that charging facilities will most likely be available on any route I'm likely to drive... but I can't help but feel like it's not enough. How do you all feel about relative range requirements (not just the plain rational math)?