Hit play on the video above and let me know what you think. The situation: I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I park my Model S P85D outside (I know... so mean to it). I plug it in every night. Last night was pretty cold here... -25 Celsius and probably more like -35C with the windchill. This morning before I drove to the gym I used the app to pre-heat the interior for ~30 minutes. While driving and accelerating (fairly firm on the pedal, but not like an Insane Mode launch with foot to the floor type of thing) I could hear a lot of fairly loud "creaking". Sounds like either from the motors or the drivetrain. Maybe a bit more from the front motor than rear. I've experienced this a few times on really cold days, and it seems to go away after a while. Any thoughts on what the noise is actually from? Something I should be concerned with for service to checkout, or is more of just a rule to accelerate slow in cold weather until really warmed up? Thanks! (PS. Also, I realize all four tires are low on air... when the weather drops that cold the sensors all fire. Tires really aren't that low. Also, SUPER STUPID that when you have the Speedometer is set in KMs that tire pressure shows up in BAR. No Canadians use BAR. We all use Kilometers for speed, but PSI for Tire Pressure. You'd think Elon and team would have thought of that given he lived in Canada for a while. lol. They really should have a separate setting in the Units section for tire pressure than to base it on speedometer setting).