Submitted by christopher.severn on Thu, 2016-06-23 09:46
Wonder if anyone at Tesla has ever considered this? We have a very old "pop top" type "hippie bus" which is being fitted with a solar roof, which we are told will be able to run all of the appliances and other items through an inverter and a number of old style golf cart batteries.
The above is of course pretty backwards, dated technology, home made by ourselves for the most part, but it will save a lot of carbon emissions as we no longer need to run stuff on propane or charge from the grid.
Why not cover the roof of the Tesla Model 3 in a large solar cell and charge on the go?
(I have a model 3 on order and would love to see this revision - thinking also the glass roof will increase the amount of air conditioning required, which in turn increases the amount of battery use).