HI all. Looking to purchase my first Tesla (model S long range) in less than a year. Have test driven the 3, Y and the S. For me, hands down, the model S is the car for me. Looking for some feedback as to driving and owning a Tesla model S in snow country (Northern California/Reno Nv. area if you're curious). Seen plenty of videos of Tesla's driving in snow but was wondering how deep the snow can be before the it's a real problem for the Model S. I realize the 2020 S has air suspension and is capable of raising it self to 6". What is the maximum depth of snow the model S can drive safely?
Also, any real world feedback from loss of range in cold weather would be appreciated too. I've done lots of research about cold weather and range loss but always trying to find out more from owners who have cold weather experience (driving, range loss, etc). I'm also planning on buying snow tires (non studded). Do you have snow tires on your model 3? If so, is the driving experience that much better?
Looking forward very much to my Tesla. Been a fanboy since 2012. Thanks for taking the time to read and answer/reply if you do.