I've noticed that when it gets pretty hot outside and that the inside of my car is approximately 26 degrees celsius it takes a really long time for the car to reach a comfortable temperature. My wife goes crazy when it's that hot and doesn't understand why she barely feels any air coming out of the vents. When that happenes we reduce the temperature down to 17 degress but there doesn't seem to be any more A/C coming out. I've tried manually putting it at max speed but it changes nothing. Eventually the temperature does reach the target we've set but by then the 20ish minute ride is already over. In our other car, an Honda CRV, it takes much less time to reach the temperature but the A/C is extremely loud (like in all my cars when it's at max) which is annoying but we let it do its thing until it's at a bearable temperature. In the Tesla, we never hear (from what I remember) the A/C but as mentioned it doesn't provide much cool air. I've had the car for a year now and I figured this was how a Tesla was, until I started finding threads about people having issues with their A/C, but in those situations people say their A/C has completely stopped working, while mine seems to work. Is this Tesla's A/C? Simply very weak and takes a long time to reach temperature? Or do you guys clearly hear it and feel a lot of cool air coming from the vents?