200 miles on 60 kWh would be 300 Wh/mile or 200 Wh/km. That's quite reasonable for a car, but probably optimistic for a 3-ton van, unless you're planning on driving at a slow (by highway standards) and reasonably steady speed. In the 2022 E-Transit
, Ford is only expecting 127 miles from a 67 kWh battery (528 Wh/mile)... and that would be a combination of urban and highway use - in an EV, the lower speeds of urban use mean more range for the same energy than the higher speeds of highway driving. I realize that a Westfalia is smaller than a transit, but 200 miles from 60 kWh is a lot better than what Ford is getting in objective testing.