Submitted by zacharyadamsjohnson on Wed, 2019-01-30 16:14
I left my car in 0 degree F weather for 24 hours and then took it to a nearby supercharger. The drive was not enough to warm the battery. I expected the motor to kick in and warm the battery upon plugging into the supercharger. However, after over an hour and a useless call to Tesla support in which I was told the supercharger was too cold... I had not charged at all nor did the battery warm.
I was under the impression the motor has the ability to warm the battery. Is this not the case? Or should I schedule an appointment with a service center?