I agreed with the fact it could be unnecessary in some scenarios. I just don't see what the point of this discussion is because we've all known about the battery conditioning since it came out. It was in the release notes and the car tells you about it on-screen. No CAN sniffing needed. The thread title wasn't a small technicality. It made it very clear using plenty of words that the car was doing something incredibly stupid, which it doesn't do.
Oh well, you can carry on without me. I'd say Happy Thanksgiving, but I see you're in Canada, so I'll just say enjoy the rest of your week
To clarify, this topic is not the battery pre-conditioning that the car tells you about. This active-heating-while-charging feature was not in any release notes to my knowledge (I could be wrong, I'm a newer owner). The car does not tell you that it is doing this. This thread does point out an action that the car does do which is otherwise not explained anywhere. The "stupidity" of it mostly applies to situations with slower DC charging conditions (likely 50kW or less, but perhaps applicable to Urban Superchargers as well).
Happy belated Canadian Thanksgiving, and happy current American Thanksgiving! We now get to enjoy American Black Friday sales since we don't have a matching "Canadian Black Friday" for our Canadian Thanksgiving. Random trivia for ya.