And my fossil fuel car gives me 400 miles range in less than two minutes of fueling.
Electric cars are good for many things, but long range driving is not one of them. Not only do you have to plan your driving based on where you can find a suitable outlet, but waiting for half an hour every two hours isn't very competitive compared to gasoline and diesel engines.
What could work in the future is standardized batteries you can exchange at any station for any car (no proprietary solutions), and a sealed meter in your car measures how much juice you actually pulled out of the battery (so you won't have to pay full price for a half-dead battery). But without standards, it's going to be tough.