It does that on purpose, it's a feature so to speak.I can offer you my 'observation' based on my brief use so far: When I get in the truck after having remotely started it, the air is blowing like mad, but it doesn't seem like the heat is on. Or maybe it's on but not max, because the truck is certainly warmer than the outside air, but it's not until I press the brake pedal and then the start button that the air flow calms down and then nice warm air flows. So I'm not 100% sure what it's doing yet. Nor whether it's doing exactly what it's supposed to.
I'd love to jump in to full hot air blasting, but that doesn't seem to be the way it works. Would also be nice if the truck knew it's cold out so also turns on the heated seats.
● Vehicles with an automatic climate control
system will default to either a heating or
cooling mode depending on outside and
Don't quote me but (I think) somewhere I read that if it's cold, I guess cool air you feel when you step in actually defrosts the windshield quicker which is why it does that.