WetEV wrote:alozzy wrote:Good luck trying to get your battery more than a few degrees above ambient during winter, unless you are driving around a lot. When it's cold out, DCFC charging is going to be SSSSLLLLOOOOWWW unless you're lucky enough to find an L3 EVSE in a heated parkade.
I took a long trip in winter from near Seattle to Vancouver area. The first QC was slow. The second, third and fourth QCs were fairly fast.
Or you can plug in for 5 minutes, heat the pack, unplug and restart the charge.