Submitted by Achilz on January 30, 2013
With some cold weather and snow finally hitting the northeast last week, and other areas also experiencing some winter weather, I'm wondering about Model S owners's experience. How does the Model S perform in the snow, given its rear-wheel drive? The cold weather is supposed to be a real drag on the battery--has anyone noticed a significant difference? In the Tesla mall stores, there is a big range estimater that shows a dramatic drop in range (down to 211 miles) for highway driving in 32 degree weather. Any real world experiences that you lucky Model S owners care to share?