Now that John & Jill are the very first to complete All-Supercharger-Cross-Country Trip from the East Coast to the West Coast,
May be we should challenge them the same but this time from LAX, CA to Anchorage, AK :)
That's almost 3,500 miles going north and through our neighbor Canada.
However, there is a lingering question that can Tesla battery run or be plugged in with ambient temperature below -22F for more than 24 hours as there's a limitation in the Owner's Manual, page 83?
Do not expose Model S to ambient temperatures above 140F (60C) or below -22F (-30C) for more than 24 hours at a time."
Logically, if it is plugged in or driving, the HVAC system would automatically optimize the battery temperature.
Any brave souls who can give us a dry run here :)