Wherever your loyalties lay during Tesla vs. The New York Times, it was clear that the Model S isn't a great fan of cold weather. That's why the company is addressing the vehicle's snow allergy with a new Subzero Weather package, adding wiper blade defrosters, washer nozzle-and-rear seat heaters for an additional $750. While that's good for people who regularly see subzero temperatures, those who need a daily blast of Howard Stern have less to celebrate about. Tesla will now only add XM Satellite radio to your whip if you buy the new Ultra High Fidelity Sound package, which'll set you back the eye-watering figure of $2,500. Yep.