I just discovered some new behavior for low power states in my vehicle. Previously, when the main pack ran out of power (or more accurately, reached it's cutoff voltage for shutting down) the entire car shut down, including the main screen, dash, heating/cooling, etc... for all intents and purposes, the car was "dead" until it was recharged. I just finished draining my pack (for calibration reasons, I believe it was significantly off), and it was taking much longer than it has in the past -- it "drained" for almost 4 hours with main screens, lights, heater, cold weather package all set to full. At first, I thought the car calibration was REALLY off... but eventually, a new pop-up came up and said the 12v battery was getting low and the car may shut off unexpectedly. I believe this is new, or it is at least new for me, where the 12v battery will now continue to power the interior, including minimal heat, until it, too, is exhausted. This makes discharging the main pack even harder now, because there was no immediately identifiable way to know when the main pack was cutoff. I just wanted to throw this out there for an FYI for those that like to live dangerously and recalibrate their packs, or are otherwise in need of a full pack discharge.