Dave. One thing in both the original and extended video stood out for me, regarding the Aptera.

I completely agree that with any normal EV the achievable range is greatly reduced by the speed increase. But with the drag coefficient of 0.13 (If their presented numbers are to believed), isn't this effect largely reduced? My memory about fluid dynamics are quite foggy but I faintly remember that the Drag Force / Velocity curve changes by the value of the drag coefficient, and this change is not linearly but exponentially proportional to the change of the coefficient. So this funky little car is more than likely be able to drive at highway speeds without significant loss of range.

Any automotive or aerospace engineer Please Correct me if what I say is nonsense.

Edit: After looking it up, it seems I remembered wrongly. Drag force is calculated by F_{d} = c_{d}*0.5*p*v^{2}*A formula. So the value changes in c_{d} are not exponentially changing the drag force. I think the reason why I remembered wrong was the A value. Which is the "characteristic frontal area of the body" in square meters, and that is always in some relation to the shape of the design. In conclusion my original guess is still likely right because the area of the frontal body on an Aptera is also smaller than most cars.