Read most of it; it is quick once you learn what to skip. Did Tesla ever address the fish tailing noted on this thread? Was there ever a software attempt to allow true awd and not slip and grip? One would think with the weight of these vehicles they should be able to run on snow like a 4x4 truck. Appears not so and winter tires are a must and even then not gr8. Was just looking to see if people were running all seasons like my truck and found out something I did not want to hear. Winter is picking up again; unfortunately we get it for 1/2 the year. Here is hoping the Y is a bit better in the snow.
Model X is like a Snow Cat, forget 4x4 trucks (had them for years). Model 3, well, it's the thought (AWD) that counts right?
I suspect Y will be the same. Some how a message needs to get to Elon to fix it. They certainly know how.
And if Y does fix it, they almost surely will fix Model 3.
BTW, if you have track mode, I read it works great in snow. I had Track Mode on my Model 3 and never turned it on once.
There might be CANBUS Graphs of Track Mode torque.
Maybe a tweet "Hey Elon, why is the Model X so much better than Model 3 AWD in the snow, guess I'll have to buy my wife an Audi Quatro".