Just test drove a Kona EV Ultimate in Boston area. Like the car and the tech it comes with. But I noticed the heater does not work that well. Had to crank it to 78 to feel hot air come out the bottom footwell vents. That was even after driving 20 min. Had it in normal drive mode, drivers side only. Heat on.With the heat coming out only at the bottom footwell. This is how I typically set the climate in my cars I drive. If my feet are warm, I'm comfortable. Is this an issue that people just deal with in northern climates in US, since the US versions don't have heat pumps? Or am I missing a setting I should have looked at? It was 30 degrees out and interior felt fine, it just seemed the footwell stayed much cooler.