Hi Tesla owners (who live in geographic areas where it can be cold), I believe I have a serious issue with my car, and I wanted to investigate if I was the only one, or if anybody else out there has/had the same problem. My Model S seems to leak outside air through the front door handles. The cold air comes inside the cabin via the area under the little triangle windows at the front (in the area of the rear view mirrors). At first it didn't really bother me and thought that it was just the window that was cold, but the more I drove the car and tested, the more I noticed a really cold air flow. Last Monday, it was -5c degrees outside, and my fingers could nearly freeze because of the cold air flowing in. I left home with my car fully warmed up at 20c degrees and decided to do a simple test: shut down the heat while driving (with this cold air flow coming in), and measure how long it would take for the car's inside cabin temperature to drop. Well, it took less then 5 minutes and I was freezing in there !! Imagine how much energy I'm wasting heating the cabin because of that f*&$?% leak of air ! My car's VIN is below the 5000, so maybe it's an early production problem, I don't know. The SC center is trying to help, they're doing their best but they seem to be restricted by certain fixes that Tesla allows to be done on vehicles. I went several times for that problem but it's not fixed yet. I'm going again this week. Do any of you have/had the same problem ? If yes, what did you or Tesla do about it ? Don't misunderstand me, I love my Model S, I've had it for 8 month and would not imagine driving another car. ICE's are a thing of the past for me. I've converted several friends and strangers and will continue to do so ... but it's just frustrating to drive a 100k+ car that leaks air when any entry level car doesn't ! Thanks for your help folks Update: Dropped my beloved Model S at the SC in Montreal today. They were (like usual) very professional and re-assuring. They confirmed it wasn't anything "normal" and that they would do whatever it takes to fix the problem ... even if it meant changing the 4 doors. On my way back - I got a Dodge Charger for a loaner from the SC - I did the same test that I did with the Model S. Once the cabin is fully heated, turn the heat off and mesure how long it takes for the cabin to become unpleasantly cold. I drove for 45 min with ventilation/heat OFF and was totally comfortable inside. With my Model S after 5 minutes I was freezing.