Will I make it? -23 celsius & 320 km roundtrip OK so here's the deal. I haven't been through a typical SK winter yet with my car. This winter has been very mild for the most part, even today it got up to about 0 C which is abnormal and great. I have to take a road trip of about 160km each way on Saturday (day trip). The problem is it will be below -20C according to the forecast. Dip to about -23 at night and up to -19 in the day. I'll probably leave early in the morning but either way it's going to be pretty chilly. There is one EV charger in the city, an SCH-60 (Sun Country Highway) but only setup for 48A. I called there today and the store staff said it is working as far as they know. I anticipate I would have approximately 3-4 hours of time to charge (I could stay an extra hour, maybe 2 at the latest if needed). I'm trying to estimate a few things. First how much % of the battery will I use driving at approx 100 km/h in -20C with the heater on? (Yes I know about the tricks of preheating on shore power, turning on seat heaters with lower HVAC temp, slow down, etc.). At -20 I will need to have the heat going to keep the windows clear. So leaving with a full charge and going 160km, can I reasonably expect to use about double (320km) of range on each direction? If that's the case, then I would use about 75% of a charge each way (320 divided by 430km of 100% charge). The other concern is charge time. I know the cold makes the car charge slower. So if it truly is 48A (no PlugShare or SCH reviews unfortunately, it's kinda remote) I'm trying to figure out how many hours I will need to charge versus how many hours I have to charge. I do have an event to attend, so I will have to drop the car off at Peavey Mart and leave it there for hours. Does anyone know here approx how much is the L2 charge rate reduced at -20C? Are we talking half? On a good summer day let's say the 48A charger would add charge at a rate of 48 km/h (past experience at another 48A charger), what would I expect now? Half? I know it is slower at first because the battery needs to warm, I've read stories of it taking over an hour before the battery charge would even increase! What it boils down to is how realistic are my estimates, I don't have the cold winter driving/charging experience yet. I'll take my ICE truck if I have to but driving the Tesla is sooo much nicer. It's too bad the temp is going to drop so much, let's hope the weather man is wrong. For what it's worth the car will be starting out from a heated garage, I could crank the heat up the night before to like +20 if I want.