I'm an avid snow skier and I've really been having a blast this winter with the Model 3. Here are some of the reasons why 1) Cabin heats up almost instantly with the powerful electric heater. 2) Remote control of cabin heater is great on a ski morning or near the end of a ski day. 3) Winter driving dynamics make the drive on icy roads more secure and more fun and carefree. 4) No stinky cold starts of gas engine. I hate the smell of a cold start when we're out trying to enjoy the fresh mountain air. 5) Instant torque makes it easy pass slow drivers. 6) Other skiers in the parking lot strike up a conversation about using an EV to get to the ski area. 7) No more scraping the ice off the windshield! Because that can be a tough job around here. Recently I had parked my car after a ski day and it was still snowing. Since the car was still warm when I parked it the first snow to land on it melted. But then the car cooled down and it kept snowing. It got down to 19 degrees F at night and the next day it looked like this: After I shovelled the driveway I brushed all the snow off the car but I noticed the entire car was encased in hard ice: Rather than open the car to get the ice scraper out and begin the laborious process of chipping it all off I simply used my phone to turn the cabin heat on. Here's a timelapse video of this ice encrusted car melting: Notice that the snow/ice in the lower air intake (below the bumper) also melted! I didn't know there was heater down there. The car is backed up a steep driveway so I doubt the warm cabin air made it down there unless Tesla directs some of it there or it has it's own heater. It's been nice not having to scrape windows off. Oh, and the doors opened normally, no frozen door seals. It seems the media tends to focus on winter issues like range loss or frozen door handles but not the things that make this car so nice to live with in the winter.