Wireless or even fast charging is where the technology is, not range. Range is mostly a function of battery size (cost balance).What they should be working on is price reduction and quick-charging networks, which I believe are being slowly addressed .
Range is still a factor for vacation/long distance drives. Pairing charging stations with fast food joints would alleviate the issue for some, but not all.
The much cheaper Focus EV may only have a 118mile range, but you can recharge it to 75% capacity (80 mile range) in only 30 minutes. IMO, that is far more useful for typical daily use. Imagine that someone else in your house used the car one night, forgot to plug it in, and you look on your phone app in the morning and it is too low to get to work. By the time you get ready and eat breakfast, you will have plenty of charge to get to work. That’s what I call stress free BEV life. Let’s face it, few EV owners are traveling with their small EV, when they can just rent stress and anxiety free.