Hi everyone, Considering getting a Model 3. I’m aware the batteries loose efficiency when cold, but here’s my situation... I rent an apartment and have outdoor parking only. Also, I can’t install a plug, no outlets outside (not even 120V) and I don't own the place so I can't really modify it. I might consider getting something installed with the landlord but I won't count on that. Luckily however, my commute is only 25km long (each way) and my workplace has chargers. There are also many chargers within a few km of my home. Charging at work only should suffice for 80% of my driving time, which is commuting from home to work. Also, I work quite a lot (7-8 days in a row, with few days off) so I'm certain charging at work only would be okay. However, in the winter it can get extremely cold here (Montreal), as in -25 to -30C. Let's say worse case scenario: its winter, its -30C, I'm on vacation (so car isn't being charged at work everyday) and after having it parked for 2 days, I need to use it. I can't "preheat" the battery using external power since I don't have a plug, and the car isn't in a garage. Is this a terrible scenario or it should function properly? I fully understand the range will be less. Basically, what I'm asking is would buying a Model 3 be a stupid idea if I have to leave it outside in the cold and not plugged in? I could charge everyday if working but if not, I can't. I really like the Model 3 and I’m sure it would be fine to not have a home plug during the summer, but I’m unsure buying one is a wise idea considering our cold winters and my current home. Perhaps I’ll buy a house eventually but not before 3+ years. Any opinions? Thanks a lot!