The cars you mention are all pretty inefficient...however, there are lots of routes to cheaper access to Ionity. The sticker price appears to be a tax on the unprepared. Absolute nonsense and no way to encourage people into EVs...but proper planning does prevent poor performance in this case.I too am torn. Plan to travel across Europe in the next couple of years once retired. Model Y is number 1 at the moment purely on charger network. I-pace, Etron, EQC, Mach-E all look good but relatively inefficient. CCS charger network looks more convoluted than what we have in the UK today.
Network may change in a couple of years but with Ionity pricing it would be cheaper to buy a dirty fossil and be cheaper to run. Filling an Etron for 50-60 euros for 200 miles range is a no from me.