At the start, at the charging point, the range on the car was saying 475km (295 miles) to empty. This is what is expected for the long range RWD version, the AWD version is expected to get 351km (218 miles), in the Korean spec version, which is similar to the what my e tron is rated at (222 miles). When they made the first update, they had driven 234.6km with 276 to go, with 60% state of charge remaining. That totals out to 510km (316 miles). They used the V2L system for coffee, which dropped the range by 1km. They did mention the vehicle they were driving was a US spec model and from what I can tell, the acceleration is pretty good in that version, unlike the VW ID.4. I'm not sure what the 0-60 time is for the RWD LR version but, the acceleration on the GT Line in Europe/UK seems like it can beat the 5.1 seconds to 60. Matt Watson on CarWow got 4.8 on the car he had.
At their next stop that had driven 378.1km, with 137 remaining and 29% state of charge on the battery, the total potential is now 515km (320 miles). They were going to be 4km short of their next destination. From the rest of the video, it seems they ditched their camera/sound guy to complete the trip. When they arrived, they had driven 517.6km with 23 to go to empty at 4% state of charge, Then they drove around town to get it down to 0% state of charge. Once they achieved that, the car showed 0% state of charge with 1km of range and drove a total of 531.3 (330.1miles). That shows you can do better than the rated specs, if you are not flogging the car. Also, they were in the version with 19" wheels and tires. For me, I would go for the GT Line with some more options and the 20" tire package for better handling and more speed.
I believe Korean speed limits are lower than those in the US but as we see from the driving videos, folks there tend to speed as well. If the targeted range is 300 miles in the US, presumably on the 19" tires, I hope they are not going to use some crappy tires on that car. We won't know for sure what equipment our cars will get however, from past experience and how they specs are here, the higher trims might not get similar equipment to SK or the UK/Europe versions. Great video overall and this makes me like the car more but I know the one I want won't have that kind of range. If we can still get 5.2 to 60 in a GT line RWD trim with 300 miles of range, that would be good.