Range anxiety depends on individual circumstance and flexibility. In the U.S., I think 200 miles is necessary to broadly do away with range anxiety for commuter cars, 300m for primary cars used for road trips. Long distances require 100kW+ charging minimum https://t.co/OQGamUV6Jh
Lots of people will argue these estimates are too high, most commuters go much shorter distances, etc. That's true, but I'm talking about really doing away with anxiety for mass adoption. America has a lot of wide open space, and people just don't want to worry about range
Also shorter-range cars have limitations that are often overlooked. Take a 120-mile ranger. Super-cold winter day, and it drops to maybe 75. It's bad for the battery to charge to 100%, and you never want to get dangerously low, so maybe we're talking about 60 usable miles?