I would have a Kia e-Niro in a heart beat.
I keep tabs on and research all the currently available and near future BEV's and of the ones currently available it's the perfect long range family car especially for someone with a young family. The 282 mile claimed range is actually realistic and there are many people who have achieved even more with careful driving.
76kW DC rapid charging and liquid cooled battery. 7 year full warranty including the traction battery and drive motor / electronics.
Plenty of rear leg room and at 451 litres, a bigger boot than my Xantia hatchback. (408 litres) 150kW and 395Nm also compares well with the Xantia V6 which is 140kW and 267Nm. (Although it's a heavier car and won't ride or handle as well as the Xantia 0-60 time is about the same - 7.8 seconds)
Of course I can't afford any new car let alone this one. But second hand at 4-5 years old, perhaps.
Hyundai owns about 33% of Kia (Kia also owns about 30% of Hyundai subsidaries...
) and they share the same drivetrains - the motor and battery etc in the Hyundai Kona and Kia e-Niro are the same - if you take the plastic engine cover off the motor in the e-Niro it says Hyundai - they didn't even bother to change the badge!
In terms of platform sharing between them, it's similar to the sharing that Citroen and Peugeot do. Different body and interior styling and feature specs on top of the same platforms.
Of course the problem is the first year supply of the e-Niro is extremely limited. They're all sold out now for about 12 months...
No legacy car maker is yet able to meet the demand for the EV variants of their cars. It's unclear whether this inability to meet demand is on purpose or whether they are genuinely supply constrained and/or underestimated demand.