Vauxhall are well into providing fully electric cars, from the small Corsa, through the family-sized Astra, the extra-sized family Combo for shortish journeys, to the enormous, but further range limited, Vivaro.
The Corsa Electric's range claim is 222 miles, not bad for a small car, not even so bad, if rarely used for longish journeys, at Electric Vehicle Database's 180 miles.
The Mokka Electric claim of 209 miles is poor enough, Electric Vehicle Data Base have it at 160 miles.
The Astra Electric claims a range of 250 miles. Knock that down to the real world range as Electric Vehicle Database assesses it of 185 and that's a concern for the sort of car that would be a familiar sight vlocking up the miles on a motorway.
You get further into real world range anxiety with Vauxhall's Combo-e Life, here Electric Vehicle Database put the range at 130 miles. Such vehicles are traditionally diesel and often converted for wheelchair access with a lowered floor, and the best range achieved with the battery capacity reduced in this way, for a prototype, was just 30 miles, not at all viable.
Vauxhall Vivaro Life Electric
A real world range of 115 miles, as reckoned by Electric Vehicle Database, seems unviable. Are these 9 seaters just being used commercially for the school run?