I am not currently a BEV owner, so I'm just trying to get a handle on how the cold will affect BEV uptake for myself, and any other people in my region (Calgary, AB) that I happen to have this conversation with. For starters, I'm a winter person. I love snowboarding - backcountry, as well as on the resorts - so I park the car for hours/days at a time outdoors in less than optimal temperatures. I do lots of road trips in the winter and most of my driving overall. Fortunately I have a garage so a BEV would be warm most of the time. I know that cold temperature affects a battery's usable capacity. I also know that using a battery causes it to heat up. Where is the happy medium? What temperature would it have to be outside for the battery to not have to engage heating or cooling elements? Say at 100km/h. What about when parked? Is there an easy answer to all this? Sorry if this has been answered already, couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.