I wouldn’t want to drive any significant distance in a car if I had to stop and fill the tank every 50 miles, even if it only took 5 minutes. Every 200 miles might be OK, and the best electric cars currently on the market (Tesla) can manage about that, apparently, in ideal circumstances.
There are technologies in the works which may allow charging in significantly less time (i.e. 10-15 minutes), although the mind boggles at the type of electrical infrastructure necessary to support that - we’re talking some very large current flows. Another possibility would be a system of interchangeable batteries.
I still think that, even with all those technological improvements, the net benefit would be very small if not non-existent.
Oh, I personally wouldn’t want to drive such a car either. That would be a huge PITA. I just think there are enough “greenie weinies” out there who might drive the electric cars if it didn’t take hours to recharge, especially the ones who aren’t really doing it to help the environment, but rather to feel morally superior to the rest of us.