- Sep 1, 2021
- Reaction score
- Waiting for my Mach E
I think this is mainly true because you will get less heat from the motors/inverter going into the radiator as the ambient temp will help cool them some. I don't know by how much but it isn't a linear curve.The amount of heat generated may not be cancelled in equal amounts by colder weather.
I would recommend driving with a thermometer in the frunk for a bit and see what the temperature does before chancing a trip like that. Unless you don't have any time left to try it out.I’m going to be traveling for several hours with some frozen food, with outside temperatures in the 20s F. Will the frunk temperature be the same as the ambient temperature, or does it pick up heat from components under the hood or from the heated cabin?