I've noticed that the Auto climate control setting tends to direct more air toward the windshield than I'm used to in cold weather. That means there's less heat coming out below. I've found it helps to manually direct the air exclusively toward the feet/floorboard vents until my feet warm up. Hope that helps.
Thanks Jezza. I just returned from the dealer for my 20,000 mile services, and asked if I was not operating the vents properly. He said most people don't realize that you have to turn the vents on through the climate control system on the screen by clicking on the fan/vent icon and choosing if you want top, middle and/or bottom on the driver who shows up on the screen. Just in case anyone else was wondering.
I'm a new owner of a 2019 and realize no one has posted here in a bit, so I hope one of you sees this. Even when I set the climate control fan to the feet area only, I don't feel one whiff of air at my feet, and tons is being pushed out at the windshield. Do you experience the same thing, or is mine particularly off?
Hahah thought I was alone in this. Stopped at a light the other day and finally felt around down there with my hands to see if I was getting anything and it seems like the vent it tiny! Very little airflow. LOVE most everything else about the car though.