Does anyone else notice that their Model S loses charge over night? I went to Tesla Menlo Park yesterday and told them this, but hey said that the charge loss would replenish itself once I started driving. They explained that this was due to the cold temperature at night, which caused a misreading in the morning. My takeaway from the conversation was that the battery under cold temperatures acts similar to that of a car driving up or down a hill: the "gas tank" misreads the level of fuel in the tank.
So I took my car home last, checked the mileage, went to breakfast this morning, and not only did the car register 30% less charge but it did not replenish. It also lost 2 miles of charge for a 1 mile trip. I drove normally. I checked my phone and it had been logged in to when I checked the mileage last night before I went to sleep: 61 miles
It changed to 38. It was at 40 before I drove to breakfast.
I believe it lost 30% the previous night. 102 went to 70 something.
I just picked up my car from the factory on Thursday 2-14-13, so I'm a little new to this. Does anyone else have this problem?