If completely frozen can’t you just heat it up remotely? Sure it’ll eat some battery but you’ll be able to drive, no?
I would think only by so much but that also hurts when somebody has a low charge in the car so the balance of keeping it warm and still being able to drive to work comes into play.
Arent the ID3 and ID4 identical, interior wise? So any bugs/delays are carried over?
I drove an ID3 a while back and while not Tesla quick (response wise) the interface was fine IMHO.
My eGolf is slow in comparison, but then again my car started life in 2016, which in these terms is 200 years ago
yes they are platform and interior wise idetical (smaller trunk in the id3).
But id4 started with newer firmware, which i am supposed to get soon TM.
So you'll get the laggy-to-the-point-of-being-unusable touchscreen update soon?
Hopefully they'll skip the version that's terrible in the id4.
It was what Doug said that made me ask the question
I do and I care. Part of it is more short-distance driving in winter (for things you'd just take the bicycle in summer), and part is that it takes longer to warm up the engine when it's cold outside...Did anyone ever actually take any notice of fuel consumption going up in our ICE cars during winter? They inevitably did but I don't think we ever cared.
Did someone ask for data?It's nice seeing the range go up and the electrickery consumption go down as the weather warms up. Did anyone ever actually take any notice of fuel consumption going up in our ICE cars during winter? They inevitably did but I don't think we ever cared.