I guess one would think that the Model S has far less to go wrong then a regular combustion engine car, but how does this fair in the winter? I've had a Model S for over a year now, and have been through one winter without any problems, but I continue to wonder how well does the Model S hold up to salt damage? Which creeks and cracks does it get into and what kind of long term effects does this have on the components of the car? Obviously the aluminum body won't be affected as much but steel still exists on the underside, control arms, suspension components, etc. Anyone starting to notice rust build up? Looking forward to your responses.