I also have Nokians installed and I got to test them out in the snow this week. I was surprised how much traction they provide and how well the car copes with snow in general. I expected a lot more wheel spin and sliding, but I agree that the smoothness of the power delivery likely contributes to less drama. The range hit for we heat pump-less owners in the U.S. is pretty bad. I’m also seeing under 200 miles on the GOM with an 80% charge with the heat on. My initial expectation was that the range would continue to plummet after the initial hit due to the use of heat but the GOM has been pretty good at predicting range, and the decline tracks distance travelled pretty well. I’m leaving the car plugged in so I can pre-heat and replenish lost range before I set off.