The EU approach has been to focus on inner city delivery and commercial vehicles vs longer distances.
Many of these commercial EV vehicles are designed with a 100 km range.
I am not certain, but this 100 km range might even be a government focus target for the application. EU companies are great at hitting targets but are usually hesitant about making major investments without clear targets.
Volkswagen introduced ID Buzz as a concept vehicle quite a long time ago already. It was well received and after a while they said it will come to production in 2022.
A working prototype: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQut6ks3nSY
- Range of 270 miles / 434 km (EPA) or 373 miles/600 km (NEDC)
- 111 kWh battery.
- two electric motors for AWD and total system output: 275 kW/369horsepower.
- 0-60 mph run in about 5 seconds.
- ability to accept rates of up to 150 kW (80% charging in about half hour)
That would have enough range to be my daily driver. Unfortunately, unless I win the lottery it will also be out of my price range.