I just happened across a situation where the climate control becomes a major safety issue if you are relying on it to be functional under normal circumstances. Here in Kansas, it's was a somewhat mild day (around 80 degrees outside) and the car interior was about 90 degrees. I had just returned from a long road trip and was extremely low on charge (1% remaining), so I pulled in to the nearest CHAdeMO charger before continuing home. I had my two dogs with me... no problem, I thought, I'll just turn on the AC, blast some Mozart and let the dogs chill while I hang out in Starbucks and get some work done on the laptop as the car charges. Well, Elon apparently doesn't give a crap about my dogs (I mean, why would he, he's never met them, right?) - because the climate control is inoperative below a certain charge level. I knew this from the past, but I wasn't aware it was non-functional even when the car is charging. The car is drawing about 45 kW and refuses to turn on the climate control... this seems like a serious and dangerous oversight. I understand the car not wanting to turn on the climate control when the car is low on power and not plugged in - it's better the car doesn't run out of juice. That makes sense... But it makes zero sense for the climate control to be inoperative (via the App, so you can keep it on even after the car is locked) when the car is charging. Maybe I could understand it if you are charging on a 120v and barely drawing enough power to cover a basic heater or AC, but if you're on a 14-50 or, like me, on a DC Fast Charger, there is zero excuse for not letting the interior of the car cool itself. I wish that passing along my issue to the local Service Center would result in action taken, but I feel that it's often a black hole - not due to any malice, but just stuff like that gets lost in the shuffle on it's way up the ladder. Anyway, I just wanted to alert anyone else that might possibly find themselves in a similar situation that climate control via the app is indeed disabled even if the car is charging. I'm in an urban area, so letting the out to just hang around really isn't an option.