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?
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