Hello everyone - I have a fairly specific question and haven't been able to find posts on this particular situation. I am thinking of buying a Tesla S 60D and am aware that in the winter range will be reduced due to battery efficiency and heating expense. I have also read that the batteries must be warmed up before they can be charged, and many deal with this by keeping the car garaged and/or charging just before used. Since I live in a condo with off-street outdoor parking, and it would be cumbersome to install a charging setup, I was planning to use a CHAdeMO charger at work, say once a week, to charge the battery; my commute is 20 miles/day roundtrip, so I expect this to be fine in other seasons. However, I'm concerned about the effect on the range of keeping the car outdoors at cold temperatures without charging each night. I've read that it still makes sense to preheat the car before leaving in the morning, but have found little on how this affects the range if such preheating is done without having the car charging. Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!