If I have my Model Y locked/on sentry mode, parked out in the hot Texas sun (windshield silver reflecting shades in place), and the car is trying to keep the interior temp below 105:
- is it better to VENT the windows using the app or just keep the windows closed and let it use more battery life(?) to keep things cooler,
- if I do VENT the windows, is the Y smart enough to sense rainfall and CLOSE the vented windows?
NOT worried about varmints, just thunderboomers coming along and drenching the inside of the doors/seats. I'm inside a clinic and not always able to be aware of outside conditions. Of course, also want to waste as little stored battery power as possible.
- I do realize I can turn the climate control down to 70 degrees about 15 minutes before I get off work, which I love when I can remember to do it.
- Is there an app that might do that for me automatically on the days I set it to do so? IOW, Mon-Thurs, set climate control to 70 degrees at 5:45pm?
- FInally, if it is NOT smart enough to auto-close vented windows when it is able to detect rainfall, how do I submit a WIBLI (Wouldn't It Be Lovely If....) to someone at Tesla to consider adding that function?