This will be my first winter with my S75 and I must admit I am starting to develop a bit of preemptive range anxiety! - I live outside the Philadelphia PA area, so we will see a decent winter/cold spell. - I charge my S75 to ~80% and start everyday with about 210 rated miles - i drive about 130 miles per day on weekdays. I have to crawl through the PA turnpike traffic much of the commute, but do find myself driving...enthusiastically when traffic permits, so I typically end up with about 50 miles left at the end of the day So, given the negative impact of temperature to the battery capacity/range, do you guys think I will lose >50 miles of range when temps drop to the 20's and 30's? If so I may have to start charging to 90 or even 100% during the dead of winter...which isn't ideal. I did get the winter package in the hopes that heated steering wheels will help cut down on using the heater. And I remember reading about trying to keep the batteries warm by scheduling the charging to the morning (we don't have lower rates for charging at night with our provider PECO, so I don't use scheduling at all right now). Any other tips? Besides driving slower ??