Yeah I've averaged 14.5k a year so I'm sitting at 147k right now. The first 5 years I owned it I was averaging 16-17k, but it's dropped in the last few years since I got a motorcycle and we got a better travel vehicle. That keeps anywhere between 2-4k a year off it. I'm thinking by the time I get to 200-225k there will be a few options out there.I could see buying one. But I hope not to be buying one soon. I just bought a 2019 Ram 4WD Crew Cab Bighorn, and I suspect it might be my last truck purchase - not that I'm planning on dying anytime soon, but by the time I get the years & miles on it that I got on the Titan I'll be pretty deep into my 60s and unlikely to be that interested in hauling a lot of crap anymore.
Range/charging time are obviously the biggest issues with EV's right now, but what if they offer a 1000 mile range half ton? What if it only takes an hour to charge that thousand miles? The way Atlis is talking it'll take you 15 minutes to charge 400 miles at one of their stations. "Tomorrow, 5 minutes". Lofty goal, but what if they hit it? 5-15 minutes to charge 400-500 miles, so 30 minutes to charge 1000.