What I really want is a BEV with 450 miles of range and an extensive fast charger network, it might be 10 years before that happens. I would settle for a Gen3 Volt or other EREV with 1/2 Bolt range, 120 miles, which I expect to see much sooner. A 120 mile EREV is effectively a pure electric for all local driving and I can still go somewhere. Let's look at my driving for the last two weeks,
Last weekend went into Boston to see a Gilbert and Sullivan opera. The garage that I park at when I goto symphony or operas is the Christian Science Plaza garage which has (or had) two free EVSEs, one has been broken all year, now both are, so I had to use the crappy L1 that came with the car (they have outlets in the EV spaces). As a result even with an opera I couldn't get a full charge and had to come back partially on gas. If the Volt was 1/2 of a Bolt the trip to Boston and back would be 100% electric with no need for destination charging. All of my frequent local trips, Newburyport, Rockport, Jaffery NH, would be 100% electric with no need for a recharge which would be great because none of those places has charging available.
Memorial day weekend. Went to Northern Vermont, did 980 mile in three days. This trip would have been impossible in any BEV on the market today except maybe a P100 Tesla which would have been white knuckle close to it's range limit (it also costs more than I paid for my house in 1983). Vermont is doable in a Tesla if you stick to the interstate because Tesla has a supercharger in Lebanon NH and Burlington VT but that's an utterly uninteresting trip. We used highways as far as Woodstock VT and then it was all country roads, drove up via Middlebury and back via Fort Ticonderoga NY, not a problem for the Volt which has 400 miles of gas range on top of the EV range (which was depleted on the trip up, got a little charge at the hotel via the Level 1 but not a full charge because they shutoff the light pole outlets at dawn). A 450 mile BEV with superchargers would have been comfortable for this trip but the P100's 315 mile range would have been at the hairy edge, probably would have worked but you couldn't risk it because there is no backup for a BEV (i.e. AAA can't bring you a can of electrons if you run out of charge). A longer range EREV (i.e. Volt with 1/2 Bolt range) would have improved the trip by increasing the EV% to 40 or 50 but a 120 mile range is not as life changing as it would be for local driving.
Bottom line is that I expect my next car to be a >100 mile EREV and the one after that to be a 450 mile BEV.