Hi Folks, I am stoked to have recently placed the order for my new 75D (EAP, PUP, SAS). I cannot describe the excitement!!! As owning a Tesla can be quite the paradigm shift from all that we are used to, one of the things that has me most concerned is driving range during winters. My wife LOVES to have a warm and cozy car and honestly here in Michigan during stupid 10 degree F days, I don't mind some nice seat heaters and the climate control heat cranking at at least 73-74 degrees. I know this isn't the best thing for the EV range but hey Tesla also cannot expect folks to die in the cold right? Right ? The other thing that compounds my range concerns is the fact that highway driving in these parts happens typically around 75-80mph. Tesla conveniently limits their website range calculator at 70mph and it would've been nice to get an idea of range depletion at 80 mph too. You see Tesla not all states have a 65mph highway speed limit. Cars go fast in these parts. Anyhoo, for folks who live in these northern states in the USA or places like Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, etc. here are my questions Can you please provide some recommendations in how you maximize your range during winters without minimizing comfort? What are some examples of things that have specifically worked for you that help with range in highway driving conditions. Would love to hear some perspectives on efficient but comfortable and sensible winter driving in my new Tesla. And I politely and respectfully urge you to please not write stuff like "don't use the heat" or "minimize climate control", etc. Because in these cold regions one cannot be expected to drive a car relying solely on seat heaters when its 10 degrees outside. If thats Tesla's solution to winter driving then they should sell it only in California. Thanks in advance for all the advise and tips. Hope everyone has a lovely Thanksgiving.