Is there some sort of table, or a general rule of thumb, about the battery's capacity loss with decreasing temperature?
I live in suburban Chicago, and I'm trying to learn some of the eccentricities of a battery-fueled vehicle. I shudder to think about a dead EV battery in a cold snap.
Since most Tesla vehicles are driven in California, in a very moderate climate, I wonder how the Midwestern Winters will affect the existing battery vehicles. I've not encountered any published real-world experiences about a Tesla road test that mentioned loss of capacity in very cold weather.