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Well $268 would get me about 600 miles in my current F150.
I'll add the miles traveled from the Twitter link. I thought it was already posted in this thread.

"Total miles driven 2,635."

2635 mi/1154 kWh = 2.28 mi/kWh, which doesn't address charging losses and trip beginning and ending state of charge. He adds that he found 68 mph to be the sweet spot for efficiency and speed.
 
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