"15 minutes and 250 miles" is ICE think which is fine for ICE cars. EVs are different.
How about 250 miles and no waiting? Most EV owners come home, plug in and go in the house. I tell people, these cars are different; you learn.
If you are interested, perhaps go test drive an entry level Tesla Model 3. They start at $38K. 263 mile range (EPA, not what you will get), 0 to 60 in 5.3 seconds but they feel faster in real world driving.
The problem is I may have a day where I have to do 400-500 miles R/T for work. An electric car only works if recharge times are measured in minutes, not hours.
I’m not against electric vehicles. I am realistic about what I need in a vehicle. My use case is not always 30-60 miles and home that night. A few times a month I have 300+ mile days in my car, so recharging has to be in minutes.
Likewise, my on-call weeks don’t guarantee I’ll be home overnight. I might have a day where I leave at 8am, return and 2 or 3 the next day, grab a few hours of sleep and then I’m out again.
Again, I’m not against electric cars, they simply have some challenges to overcome.
My daughter wanted one, but living in an apartment and parking on the street makes that a no-go.
She bought a 2015 Prius instead.