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Old 01-15-2019, 12:37 PM   #4530 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by All Darc View Post
Again, too heavy and somehow poor aerodynamics.

Besides, for heavy cars with poor aerodynamic, I believe not all homes would have space/rood area for solar power for home use plus heavy vehicles use.
It's a viable product despite poor aero. There's no such thing as perfect, just good enough.

Doesn't matter if the solar output is enough because you connect the house to the grid.

If you missed my point somehow, I'll just tell you. Putting solar on the roof of a vehicle is beyond retarded.
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