Hey Scotty, did you know that the Chevrolet Bolt with a B, which you forgot to mention in your video, is just out of testing. It costs $45,000 and can go 250 miles on a single charge. The Tesla Model S 75D is $84,000 and can go 235 miles on a single charge. Cold weather can dramatically decrease range, as well as if you're towing a 5,000 pound trailer in a Tesla Model X. The 90D version is $111,000 and can go 225 miles on a single charge. You also got the pricing all wrong. What you mentioned is the base price, not for a typically equipped version. For example, the Nissan Leaf is $35,000, the Ford Focus EV is $40,000 (an SE with the 1.0 liter ecoboost is $22,000), and the Chevrolet Volt with a V is $36,000. You even forgot to mention the Toyota Prius Prime, which is $31,000 and can go 20 miles on a single charge. But the gas engine often kicks in within that 20 mile period. I love the Tesla Model X in the beginning of the video. If you want an electric car, but can't swing $90,000, you can get a used Model S for as low as $56,000. Plus if you get a used Tesla, you get free supercharging, which will charge from empty to 80% full in as little as 30 minutes. If you get a new Tesla, you have to pay for supercharging. Aside from some errors, I give the video a 94% grade. Additionally, the acceleration from 0-60 for the Tesla Model S P85D is 3.5 seconds, not 2.9 seconds.