Submitted by Bighorn on Tue, 2013-12-03 14:49
Please consider allowing us to drive faster than 9 MPH in the "very high" mode. Blessed overnight with an arctic blizzard, I had the good fortune to bust some drifts on our country lane. In order to have the momentum to clear sections of deeper snow, one must achieve (or so it seems) speeds higher than 9 MPH and thus lose our height advantage. This bigger storm has only reaffirmed my impression that the Model S is a year-round vehicle--drifts, hard pack and glare ice all managed with aplomb. The biggest danger was the other guy whose vehicle was over-matched by the conditions.