Taking delivery of our MS next Tuesday. One thing that worries me: We have a weekend cabin that's way out in the boonies. When it's cold outside, we have a problem with squirrels, rats or something getting into the warm engine compartment and building nests. Once they chewed through some wiring, to the point of an annoyingly expensive repair. I've taken to leaving the hood up in the winter. This seems to make the engine compartment exposed enough to discourage unwanted lodgers. Are there warm nooks in a Tesla that'll produce the same problem? (The car will be plugged in.) Any ideas how to discourage this behavior?