So here’s the situation: In the 40-50F range, I’d warm my car up in the garage for about 20 minutes when I can, before driving. However, I’d still have regen limitation (dots) in the bar, often for 20+ minutes. Over the weekend, I was parked outside for a few hours in 38F weather. I warmed the car up 15-20 mins before I left for home, and even after the 25 minute drive home I still had some regen dots. Now, this is where things changed. This weekend (again, pretty cold for Seattle in the high 30s in the evenings), when I preheated the car from the app - while it’s parked/charging in my garage, I came out to my car after 15-20 minutes of heating, and noticed the car sounded LOUD. Hmm, OK. I get into the car, pull out of the garage and notice I have 100% regen available to me. I had this happen on both occasions this weekend when I needed to drive. So, it seems when it’s below a certain temperature threshold the car is pre-conditioning the battery in (I’m guessing here) the same way it does if you put a supercharger into the navigation. Is that what’s going on here? Now, if there’s no downside to this pre-conditioning, why doesn’t it do this to heat the batteries up more quickly ALL the time, even in 40-50/60F weather? What’s the downside?