Tesla is saying that battery thermal expansion clunks and thumps (as if someone is hitting the bottom of the car) during charging is normal in cold climates. I would say this is some serious garbage for a vehicle that costs so much and we should not let them get away with this. Just because they failed to engineer proper solution and now pushing it as the norm. For example this is quite a problem when you are trying to nap for 30 minutes! In general, since it's random, it's disturbing and unsettling. What else is NORMAL? How do I know if nothing is breaking? What do you guys think??