Hi everyone, I figured we could use a thread for winter driving experiences in Canada given there are probably a lot of us who are going through our first winter with the Model S. I have a question for those more experienced about what happened yesterday with our Model S. Here's the breakdown of what we did: Overnight standard charge that takes me to about 380km rated range. First thing in morning, wife drives 65km round trip and parks outside for about 2 hours in zero degree weather Car sat on driveway in the cold all day. I took it 5km in the afternoon. During evening I drove into Toronto and back (150km) and it was parked in the cold for about 4 hours. Temp steady around freezing (+/- 2 degrees) entire day. So we did 210 total km. I had 380 range at start and about 85km range at end. During 210km of driving (and cold soaking) I lost 85km of rated range, so I'd estimate my real range on that standard charge would have been about 270km. My Wh/km was about 230. Questions: Does this seem to jive with what others are getting? How much worse does it get if the temp is -10 or even -20 C?