Originally Posted by ocellaris
Granted some people do buy EVs and use them as their only vehicle, however I think those are in the minority compared to people buying one as a lifestyle car.
A family friend has a think EV. The husband makes low six figures, wife works as an interpreter. They use the Think as the main commuter car. Whoever is driving farther that day takes the Think, the other person takes the standard family car (not a huge SUV, btw). If they're both home and one needs to run an errand, they take the think. Taking kids to games? Think. Church? They take the Think. For them, it's not a lifestyle car, but a way to be smart with money even though they have money to spend.
Granted, Think's don't cost $50k either.