Please add an “Ice mode” or similar, which sacrifices some range by keeping both motors engaged, with increased safety and comfort.
For days with the ground covered by snow or ice, it makes a big difference whether the car has permanent 4WD with 50% power to both front and rear wheels, compared to using rear-wheel drive (Model 3) until it detects that the car slips. It may be too late to correct a situation that would not have occurred if using permanent 4WD.
Moderator: It seems the current traction control system, being instant, deals with this well. See this video: Tesla Model Y Durability Test – Off Roading on Arctic ICE That said, I’ve not driven on ice/snow in 20+years.