I have good news! We already have the capabilities you mention!
We're talking a 200+ mile electric car as a starting point for pure electric. I.e., you're talking a Tesla or Chevy's Bolt (not Volt, which is a great vehicle by the way). 200+ miles is much more than just enough for commuting, and you can top up every night. You need no more power than a clothes dryer, but even the power of a hairdryer is sufficient.
I'm from Minnesota, and it is common there for parking lots to have outlets for block heaters for warming engine blocks in the winter, even apartments. The cost is pretty trivial, and in this case, already exists. There's no reason apartment owners across the country can't do the same thing.
Hotels often have an RV hook up, which enables fairly quick charging.
And you keep talking about fast charging stations as if they don't already exist. But they do!!! Tesla has installed a network that reaches across the US and across much of Europe. About 15 minutes of charging (bathroom break) will get you about 100 miles of range, and they're working to improve it to be even faster. Tesla also has a couple battery swapping locations, but they're phasing it out because the cheap/free supercharging is already preferred by their customers and is fast enough.
We already have the technology to do this. I happen to have a Volt (which has a gasoline backup when the battery is drained), and I fill up my gas tank as often as a car owner changes their oil... 3000-5000 miles, and that's only with a 35-40 mile battery range. If I had a 200+ mile range, even that wouldn't have been required.
If you have an electric car, you leave your garage each morning with a full "tank," and you can charge up between errands (I do all the other things you mention including groceries, going out, taking kids to the park... and I only have a dryer outlet for my charger, yet I burn no gas except on long trips, even though I only have a 35-40 mile range.). If you have a Tesla, the rapid charging infrastructure is already in place, so on the very rare occasion where you're driving for hours and hours, you can charge up during a bathroom or meal break.
You don't need aluminum batteries. Battery swap could work, but isn't actually needed. Fuel cell cars are a huge waste of money. Supercapacitors for the most part are as well. Really, all we need is to ramp up production of the technology we already have and that Tesla has already demonstrated. But for some reason, lots of people refuse to realize we've actually proven EVERYTHING we need to fully electrify our cars.