Enough of all this self indulgent, talk of coal burning Tesla's. For the ultimate in reasonably priced, ski transportation, head to an ethnic neighborhood and look for a pristine, low milage Hummer H3, parked in a front yard with a near virgin 4wd system. Depending on condition, offer the owner no more than $20,000 unless it has the rare, Alfa V8 power plant and a front locker. Oh, one more thing if the owner has sullied this righteous rig with 20" rims and low profile tires, ask him by chance if still has the 33" OEM traction tires and wheels in his shed. If this is the case, use your High-Lift jack to switch them over right there. Leave him the 20"s since by the time you remove all the aftermarket, bolt on chrome, trim pieces you will be short on space, in your 3 yard dumpster back at the house. Check out this 5000 lb. beast to see if you have scored one with the Adventure package, which includes 4.10 gears and factory rear locker. Bonus.
Add some ski racks or a box, camo seat covers, a pistol under the seat and a large hunting dog, or two and you are ready for Armageddon.
Your H3 will suffer from poor gas milage (maybe 18 mph) and even worse acceleration, though the torque is good. No matter. On the first day it goes big at the local hill, confidently pull out on to the Interstate at freeway speed, at the chain-up area, maintain speed and hit the locking transaxel button, make your way to the front of the pack that are settled in behind the four wide, phalanx of plows, slip pass the left plow on the left. You will now be plowing your own private, highway and no one is going to pass you for the next 50 miles. Well done.