I'm curious about the outside air temperature readings that I get on my Model X, which has me wondering where and why the sensor is placed. I find it strange that I only seem to get accurate outside temperature readings: 1.) after couple-minute delay; and 2.) when the car has been moving at least 10-20 mph for a couple of minutes. What is it about the placement of the temperature sensor that makes it so slow to react to changes in temperature (such as coming out of a heated garage into the cold) and makes temperature often go UP when the car stops for awhile, such as at a long traffic light? Anyone know where the temperature sensor is, and why Tesla put it where they did?