I never had anyone stop me in the Mini E to ask about it. But the Th!nk EV stands out a bit more.
Today, in the rain, someone got out two cars ahead of me at a stop light and ran back to give me a phone number. They wanted to know more about the EV.
Another tidbit I learned today: while the car can sustain 70 mph, the road speed limit does not completely cut power until 75 mph going down hill. A lot of blogs are claiming a top speed of 60, which is only in Economy mode.
I don't have enough miles to comment much on range yet, except that 100 seems easy off the freeway. And the range appears less elastic than the Mini E, simply because there is less power to waste.
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