MemberOctober 2, 2021 at 3:49 pm
I suspect some kind of existing adaptation of Hydronic Heating and Cooling (glycol based) through channels or tubes in the composite core. Look it up. The adaptation & application would be an interesting one, IMHO.
I’ve posted my take on this a while ago.
Anyway, It has also been used in higher-end camper trailers (& other applications)… as one example. Cabin ambient (radiant) temperatures would also be controllable as well as a result of this tech. Also be great for melting/keeping snow off the vehicle.
If I’m off on the tech, bet I’m close enough. It’s the idea (or general concept) I’m referring to.
P.S. I don’t work for Aptera so by default, I am speculating & deducting.