Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum and new to Kona EV and EV in general. I've been considering a Kona EV. My family and I are planning to move to a city about 1.5 hours / 100 miles away. We still have family/relatives in the area and we foresee that we'll be doing this drive often, probably weekly at first, maybe once every 2 weeks later. I'm looking to be more eco-friendly while still being able to make this trip weekly. Kona EV seems to be a great choice for this on paper with its stated 250+ miles of battery range (seems roomy enough for a baby car seat as well). I talked to friends who own various EV (Nissan Leaf, Teslas) and they've told me that stated battery ranges by EPA are generally generous numbers and real life ranges are smaller. I googled around and found this article on this site: https://insideevs.com/news/341056/what-car-real-world-range-test-put-hyundai-kona-electric-1/ That suggests that the Kona EV (64-kwh) range really is pretty good and is close to the one by EPA. I'd like to try to find out from some real world experiences from folks who own one, for a 100-mile trip of mostly freeway (~80mph) driving, can I expect to still get 250 miles of range on the battery? If so, it would make a great option for us for our weekly drives. [Edit] to add that there are some hilly parts in that drive, but not very much. I'd say there are some slopes in about 5-10% of the way. Also, this is in California, with mild weather all year. No snow, but some pretty hot days. Thanks so much!