Oregon usually has rather moderate climate. But last week I was on a road trip and stayed over night at a hotel in the mountains that had no charging opportunity at all. No covered parking. Nothing. So the car sat for about 30h in 28-38F weather. Stupidly I forgot to pre-heat the car before leaving, so I wasn't surprised that the orange regen limit line showed up. At only 10kW! What really surprised me was how long it took for it to go away. It was 38-40F during the first 20 minutes of my drive and only after 20 minutes (and about 18 miles driven) did the regen limit finally disappear. It went higher and higher, but even 15 minutes into the drive I still had only about 25kW of regen! That seemed like a really long time for not really all that cold weather. Sure, the battery had to have been completely cooled down to about 38 through and through. But 20 minutes? What do people in really cold climates experience. We had some harsh weather in the middle of this continent this past week... do people see the regen limit not go away at all if it's closer to 0F? And how much does pre-heating the car help?