Go buy a Leaf if it bothers you to have an EV where the batteries actually last and it actually takes a bit of energy to accomplish that task. Or, if you know of a technology that allows the batteries to last without some conditioning, maybe you should contact Tesla with your brilliant engineering insight. Problem here is that Tesla is refreshingly upfront with the details so that whiners without a clue can complain about every technical detail. It's a straightforward tradeoff: expend a tiny bit of energy all the time, or replace your batteries in just a year or two (Leaf). Personally, I like the idea of having batteries that will last well beyond the 8 years they are warranted. Is there a problem here that actually needs solving, or are you just another Tesla whiner?