I'm wondering at what temp (if any) will the BMS forcibly wake the car from sleep and begin cooling the battery. In almost 3 years of ownership, I can tell you that the Model S only performs thermal management of the battery when: 1. The car is on. 2. The 12 V is actively being charged. 3. A remote cool down cycle via the app is initiated. However, while the car is sleeping and the contactors are open, I've never seen the car activate it's cooling system, even in hot weather (~100 F). For those of you in Texas or Arizona, have you ever witnessed this behavior? If so, what temperature triggered the wake up and cooling cycle?