What is that supposed to mean? According to the bull an i3 will top out at anything from 90 to 120 miles on a full battery charge.
Does it provide enough power that you can get home at 30mph? No idea, apparently it tops up the battery when it is nearly flat so they you can drive up to 205 miles in total. I suppose that is better than it being stuck waiting for it to charge but totally defeats the zero emissions. It is almost as good as all the stop-start technology that is used in diesels to get the CO2 down but there is a button to turn it off. As with all the hybrids, the real problem is the lack of space. The engine batteries and fuel have to go somewhere.
What I think is really interesting is the comment another contributor made on a similar discussion:
Petrol and diesel are part of the refining process of crude oil. If there is a huge switch to electric, what do you do with the lighter products nobody wants. We are simply nowhere close to reducing the overall oil footprint, if anything it is getting worse. Stopping using the lighter products then creates an immense waste problem where the only realistic option if to probably burn it. The only benefit there is you can burn it at the point of production so the resulting pollution is not in the city, It does bugger all for the CO2, NO problems, and realistically makes it worse. Using it to produce electricity is even more stupid as you then have to huge losses in the energy chain.