The new Model 3 page is up, and it shows the estimated delivery dates for different available configurations. I can get the 310 mile range as early as this coming March! I wasn't expecting it that soon. That, however, is the RWD model. If there are any current Tesla owners out there that live in a similar climate range as I do, I would greatly appreciate your feedback.
I live in the Louisville, KY area. We can have a wide range of winter-type weather. Every 3-5 years we might get a snowfall in the range of 12-18 inches, but mostly we have a couple days a winter where we get 1-3 inches (last year we barely got a dusting the whole season??).
I know Teslas have a much lower CG that is fairly evenly distributed due to the battery pack supplying even weight along the bottom of the vehicle.
If you live in the Ohio Valley (or anywhere in the Midwest, really), do you currently own a Model S? Is it RWD? How does it handle the snow and ice?
Again, any feedback is appreciated.