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Motorists pay extra attention to their vehicles as winters set in. Season shift strongly impacts vehicles, and winters are not easy. Vehicles lose their efficiency during the winters. This is true for all kinds of vehicles, not just EVs. Internal combustion engines (ICE) and electric vehicles both witness a marked loss of efficiency during the cold months of winter. Experts and EV owners alike will agree that EV Lithium-ion batteries are temperature sensitive, especially to the cold. They lose some of their range in cold weather conditions. But are electric cars good in winters? Our answer to that is a big YES. In fact, they are better than their ICE counterparts. We have overlooked and blindly accepted the loss of power in ICE vehicles in winters. Why are EVs a great choice for winter? Contemporary EVs come with a thermal management system, an additional battery that takes care of the temperature of the