A range of 90miles wouldn't quite be sufficient for my weekly commute (about 100miles), so would need a top-up mid week. But it would be utterly useless for almost every other journey.
If you are happy with a car that only has a range of 90miles and would use it just for commuting to work, why buy something as large as even a Focus or Fiesta?
I Europe, Italy in particular but France also, three wheel scooters are very popular for commuting. It's quite common to to see rows of these bikes parked outside office buildings and to see suited office workers arrive, pop their crash helmet in the top box, remove their briefcase from the rack and then straight into the office.
I know that countries such as Italy obviously have weather more suited to biking than here, but Paris is much closer to our weather and yet you see these scooters everywhere.
But if it is a lack of weather protection that puts you off, there are some available with up-and-over style coverings and/or lap covers so that all you need is a weather proof jacket.
And being a three-wheel scooter they are inherently very stable, so are easy to ride.
With the small capacity 4-stroke engines fitted to them they are very fuel efficient, but if fitted with an electric motor I'm sure you could get much further than 90 miles on a single charge.
I think we need to encourage people away from cars as the answer to our personal transport needs and look at other forms of transport such as electric powered three-wheelers or single/dual occupancy four-wheel cars - anyone for a modern version of the Messerschmitt bubble car?!