I was able to get my hands on an IR camera to troubleshoot the cold drafts I've been getting in my Model X. My service center is 700km away (Calgary, AB) so my cold Model X, which never fully warms up when outside temp is less than -15C, is left to me to troubleshoot. It seems that internal door seams (FWD and driver door but FWD more so) are getting to -10 to -15C. Obviously, the IR camera can't detect cold drafts, but I would venture to guess if the door seams are getting this cold (-14.3C as per the IR picture), a draft must be present. Would anyone disagree? Does anyone know if this would be typical of most cars? Some context of the picture: HVAC was ON and set to 27C. All HVAC settings set to AUTO. Rear HVAC was OFF (as it is in AUTO with no rear passengers detected). Car had reached steady-state (it had been driving for almost an hour) Outside temperature was -22C. Wind conditions were minimal.