The last few days, I've had to park my car unplugged all day in very cold conditions. When I've started my trips home, regen braking has been disabled until the battery warms up, as has been discussed in many other threads. Personally, I've found it to be a radical difference in driving dynamics without regen braking. (And I've only had a week and a half to learn new habits!) As when I occasionally drive ICE cars now, I feel like the car is "getting away from me" when I take my foot off the accelerator and expect the car to start slowing. My question is whether folks think it would be technically feasible and desirable to have a simulated regen braking option, where the car slows as it normally does when one takes one's foot off the accelerator, even if the energy created by the slowing isn't being captured by the too-cold battery. I understand that this would negatively affect range because energy is being wasted in braking. But I would like to have a virtual switch that allows that choice alongside the ones for creep and steering and suspension height.