Wouldn't we all...
You're right, but I'd be really surprised if Tesla would bother with a half-assed implementation when it comes to efficiency.LeftieBiker wrote: ↑Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:30 pmAs is mentioned in the comments section (and not at al by the idiot author) there are many different heat pumps, with effective heating temp ranges that can end as high as right at Freezing, to -25F, so until Tesla publishes actual specs and/or drivers do tests in cold temps, it won't be known how much of an advantage this particular heat pump gives the Model Y.
There was a report over the weekend that the tow package might only be available in EU.
I can see that being the case for many reasons. We have the F-150 and Subaru Forester with hitches and I think towing and self driving cars could be self defeating safety wise. Hopefully the Leaf will hang with us for 4 more years and we will see if Tesla is still in the game and what they have to offer. Our new 40 kWh battery SOH is dropping but thankful last month it started out at 99.87% of SOH and this morning it was 99.49%.jlv wrote: ↑Mon Mar 16, 2020 8:04 amThere was a report over the weekend that the tow package might only be available in EU.
https://electrek.co/2020/03/15/model-y- ... tow-hitch/
Alameda County has declared Tesla an “essential business” that is allowed to remain in operation, according to a county spokesman.
What’s essential about automobile manufacturing in the midst of a viral pandemic? “That’s a good question,” said spokesman Ray Kelly, promising more information would be forthcoming. “We’re in uncharted waters right now.”