Even a few degrees matters
Even a few degrees outside can bring the metal temps and liquid viscosity down to where it takes a few minutes for the oil to flow, have adequate pressure, and get more liquid and the metal parts loosen up, just slightly, as the metal warms up.
There is just some cold weather driveability that is not entirely avoidable.
Let the silly thing warm up for 60 seconds before driving. It's just the reality of fuel, cold metal, oil viscosity, piston pressure, mechanical parts and cold air and the engine sensors.