I look at the videos and photos at various angles - I just can't see this vehicle in Canada or Nothern countries... in winter.
YES this vehicle WILL sleep outside... might be a Tesla, but it is a car ! Nice one... shall I add too.. but a car. It's main fonction is to be a car. Not every car has a garage.
Please explain to me how can we get the chidren in the car at -25 Celcius, with 2 inches of ice (add a couple of inches of snow over the ice) on the car?
First thing someone will say is probable something like "you take the snow off and the heat inside will either get the ice unstuck or it will melt it". Been there - done that with an electric heater inside the gas car - tried for a couple of years. The inside gets warm, the outside is and stayes iced up as soon as we hit -23 degrees celcius.
It's not enough to get all that ice off, and if the doors open, the ice will get near the top hinges and when it closes.. imagine any and all possible senarios. If this vehicle is to be sold internationally, small details like this HAVE to be kept in mind by the design team. Even if it is designed with Southern temperture thinking - it might be sold in Northern areas.
Can someone please give me the information - or solution - that I have not yet found?