Is Tesla Model 3 good for winter?

When it comes to keeping as much electric range as possible, the Tesla Model 3 is an excellent option among battery electric 

cars (BEVs). When temperatures dip, the little Tesla does, however, lose part of its driving range. For instance, Recurrent claims that the 

documented winter range loss of the Tesla Model 3 Long Range is around 17% in subfreezing conditions.

Additionally, all-wheel drive is included in the Long Range and Performance versions (AWD). 

That design is useful for adverse weather conditions like rain and snow as well as quick 

launches with rapid torque. Additionally, BEVs like the Model 3 do not emit tailpipe 

The MX-5 Miata is expected to earn up to 26 city/35 highway mpg.