We are planning on a minimum 200 mile EPA range. As with all EVs, city driving with a lot of stops and gos will provide a higher than 200 mile range. Highway driving will produce less.
Good luck with that.
I worked on an electric Land Rover Series II back in the '90s. It had 31" bias plys and 12 deep cycle RV batteries. in-city it had a range of approximately 12 miles, unless you took it up the big hill, in which case it would make it about 8. Modern lithium-ions are a lot more efficient than that but rolling resistance and coefficient of drag are pretty much physics. These things are pretty common vaporware wherein they love to say things like "400 mile range" in big text and "projected" in small at the bottom.