I didn't answer because I don't know what would happen in your climate.GerryAZ wrote:I am surprised that none of the Tesla drivers have answered my question.
My only similar experience: I left my S and LEAF unplugged in my garage in the Massachusetts last March for 2 weeks when I was down under. When I came back I had no problem with either. The S will do what it needs to keep the battery at the right temps, and that consumes power (and I think is the primary source of "vampire drain").
I looked up the stats from my trip on TeslaFi: when I left on 3/15, the car had 186 miles of range; when I got back on 4/1, it was at 141 miles of range.
If I was parking it for a long time in a hot climate, I would probably turn off the cabin overheat protection. My only suggestion.
(when I travel, I always take some other form of transit to the airport, because getting in and out of Logan Airport in Boston is a PITA)