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Seems they may have messed up withthe Eco and eco Plus interior. I think they got it the wrong way round in the pictures. . 


   
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Posted by: @drshahali10

Seems they may have messed up withthe Eco and eco Plus interior. I think they got it the wrong way round in the pictures. . 

 

free the visualization on the plus is not very clear at all! might have gotten backwards. 

 


   
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My question is what is the difference between the Tow Package and the Accessory Receiver Package?  Do you need one or the other or both?  I guessed the Tow Package includes what is in the Accessory Package (e.g. 2" receiver" but they don't actually say that.   My plan is to use the receiver to mount Spare Tire for out of town trips.  Not sure I will ever tow but assuming that includes trailer wiring connector the added cost eliminates any future issue.


   
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The new configurator is slow to load and was glitchy on my tablet and phone.  Seemed to run much smoother on my pc.  I noticed the added color choices for those not getting a One, as well as some new wheel variations.  I would like to see added features like rubber sports mats (should be part of winter package) and roof rails.  


   
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Posted by: @old-aviator

My question is what is the difference between the Tow Package and the Accessory Receiver Package?  Do you need one or the other or both?  I guessed the Tow Package includes what is in the Accessory Package (e.g. 2" receiver" but they don't actually say that.   My plan is to use the receiver to mount Spare Tire for out of town trips.  Not sure I will ever tow but assuming that includes trailer wiring connector the added cost eliminates any future issue.

My guess is the Accessory Receiver is just the hitch bar and the Tow Package also includes necessary wiring. Hopefully, you do not need both for towing. The configurator lets you select both (as opposed to deleting one when choosing the other) but that could just be the configurator not properly designed.

 

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Does anyone know what material Feeltek is?  The Configurator is not as good as I thought it would be. Nothing seems clear and can't zoom in to see a clear picture of anything. No explanation of anything 


   
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Does anyone know what material Feeltek is?  The Configurator is not as good as I thought it would be. Nothing seems clear and can't zoom in to see a clear picture of anything. No explanation of anything 

Feeltek is just EcoLeather/vegan leather/leatherette/imitation leather/faux leather/PU leather/pleather.  "FeelTek is made of two layers: an underlayer of 100% recycled plastic bottles and a durable and flexible surface coating made from plant derived products."

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Did anyone notice that the solar roof looks darker on the inside so that the checkered look is not so evident. Is this what is in the production vehicles or is it just decreased resolution on the website? If this is real, then that would be a major plus. 

 

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@docsling I noticed that also.  I am hoping that Fisker has taken the many comments and observations about the grid pattern covering the interior into account.  One of my main concerns (my only one really) is the sunlight shining through the solar roof and covering the whole interior with grid shadows and light squares, including on the large infotainment screen.  I live in San Diego where it's sunny and bright most every day.  A sliding power sunshade as a roof headliner would be ideal and give everyone the option to have a covered roof or a view of the solar grid, and still retract when the roof opens.  I would even pay extra for this as an option.  My second choice would be a tinted roof that blocks nearly all of the light coming in.  I don't mind seeing the solar pattern from inside. I just don't want checkerboard light squares covering the interior, especially reflecting off the 17" screen while I drive.


   
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@surfrider i agree that if it haa the checkered look, i am going to get it tinted on the interior. 


   
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@docsling I don't know much about tinting roofs, especially ones with solar circuits. Aside from the typical Tesla roof tints, I wonder whether there are special films like reflective tints that are ok to use on auto roofs that wouldn't negatively affect the solar grid in the glass.


   
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@docsling I don't know much about tinting roofs, especially ones with solar circuits. Aside from the typical Tesla roof tints, I wonder whether there are special films like reflective tints that are ok to use on auto roofs that wouldn't negatively affect the solar grid in the glass.

The tint would be on the inside (bottom side) so would not affect the solar panels. 

 

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Just thinking - I might try a white film on the inside of my solar roof (I'm getting Sea Salt), If it doesn't work out, it can come off. No big.


   
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@ttrinchi True, but doesn't tinted glass absorb heat, and if it does, what is the effect does it have on the solar circuits in the glass? Also, would reflective tint affect the solar circuits in the glass positively or negatively, and if so, how? There isn't much concrete info out there on this topic, naturally, since auto solar roofs are relatively new, at least I couldn't find much. I would love to hear a professional's take on this.


   
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@old-aviator companies are now providing or selling tire repair kits. This kit from Slime with sealant (won't harm tire) and pump for $40 is hard to beat.

https://www.amazon.com/Slime-50122-Flat-Tire-Repair/dp/B0732BRRHZ/ref=sr_1_1?crid=377I8VJLY37HJ&keywords=slime+tire+repair+kit+with+air+compressor&qid=1669089966&sprefix=Slime+tire+repair+kit%2Caps%2C214&sr=8-1


   
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