I posted in another thread (can search) my resources. And I used the concerned scientist website to look at the EV carbon footprint for my region. In my area in the Midwest a model X gets a 42mpg equivalent due to the fact my electricity is coal. It’s right on their website. That’s great for that size car but not zero emissions by any stretch and a Prius can do better. Again this is my region. Where the grid is greener there is a marked difference. 90210 is the only California zip I know and there it would get 96mpg. Believe me. I hate that my state is a bunch of coal worshipers. I’m not trying to spew misinformation. I’m saying for my area of the country and my electrical grid this car would not actually be much better than a hybrid (and worse than some) so offsetting the production co2 (which I will grant is a big unknown estimate) is questionable. Not trying to be a jerk or confuse people. But it’s not as simple as EV is better. Someday it hopefully will be when the grid is clean. But out here in trump country your electrical outlet spews almost as much co2 as the gas pump.