I have had my car for several months. I find a full charge to give me almost exactly the same distance as a gallon of gas. The distance is very close, although gas wins by a mile or 2. With my watt-o-meter it takes at least 16kwhr to go from 0 to full. It's actually a little more, but let's round down. San Diego power prices just jumped to 25 cents per kWh. 24 with a plan. Gas is $3.13 today. So, 16*.25/3.13 is 1.28. 28% more to plug in. Yes, many have free work charging, ev is a quieter ride , less pollution , etc. But for people in the region, it's a rich man's luxury to jack up their commuting costs almost 30%. So the Government jacks up the price of power to subsidize renewable energy , but removes the economic incentive to drive an ev by a staggering amount, 30%. So if money is tight, Clarity owners in the region will not bother to plug in. It is nice to have the option, though.