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Quite true. If you need the space or trailering of a Suburba-beast or pickup, the market isn't there yet.Sufficient DCFC coverage is part of it (many areas are still deserts), but so is the different types of vehicles. Probably be years yet before something big like a Suburban can make it 300+ miles in BEV form (without being prohibitively expensive, anyway). And before we have anywhere close to as many BEV models available for purchase as we have ICE and hybrid.
Slowly shifting, but ICE (and hybrid) will still fill a lot of needs for many years.
I'm just pointing this out for those keeping around an ICE vehicle just because of concern the Mach E can't do road trips. For most of the US interstate system, charger coverage is plenty for Mach E road trips already and getting better all the time.