We hit a really cold spell the last couple days here (20s/40s) which typically knocks the PIP range down to 7ish mile range on a cold pack for me. The PIP automatically kicks the ICE on for heat/defrost, so I try my best not to use them within reason. I had the ICE kick on a lot last year due to a cold pack, even with timed charging use as best I could. Once it slows the charge down for the final 15-20%, that temp drops pretty quickly apparently. It also hurts my commute that there's faster speeds in the beginning and end, so I can't mosey along helping warm up the pack. My commute: .3 mi PSL 35, .7 mi PSL 55, 1 mi PSL 45, 1.25 mile PSL 40, 1.25 mile PSL 45. With a cold pack, you really need about 1 mile before you try to get over 35 MPH in the PIP. They really need the ability to let you pre-warm the pack with the PIP when it's plugged in. That's my #1 gripe for winter with the PIP. I can get to/from work without a full charge, but having to constantly adjust the starting charge time is really annoying to me. Makes me wish someone had an EV with the 150ish mile range, so I wouldn't need a 2nd vehicle to make the longer local trips.