Has anyone noticed the reticence of manufacturers to offer almost any towing capability? I would certainly sacrifice distance to get a minimal amount of towing, say 500-1,000 lbs for a loss of 25-50 miles. And the vehicle doesn't have to be a lumbering SUV. There is a YouTube video showing a Leaf towing a train of cars in a parking lot, but Nissan has no statement. The Bolt offers a 100lb bicycle hitch, and Tesla has been seen hauling a U-Haul about. All good signs. I suspect that the incline a vehicle might encounter with a trailer is a problem. Both Alke of Italy and e-Ride make low speed NEVs that can tow serious weights on incline, but are limited to 35mph tops.