I have a 2000 Honda Insight, and although the layout is similar, the interior space and design is such sleeping in the hatch is quite difficult. Thinking on how to make a hatch with this type more user friendly and also fit taller people, it seems it would be beneficial to have some sort of folding platform towards the front of the hatch floor that could be hinged to open and add another 16" or so of platform space for sleeping without having your feet hanging off the front of the hatch platform. I have a friend who is 6' 10" and he has a concern that he wont be able to justify buying this car if he cannot camp in it, but otherwise it fits hits needs precisely. Maybe this has already been thought of, but since I have yet to see a good picture of the rear interior layout and how it will function with the camping setup, it is a concern of mine.
It sounds like there will be a hitch/towing option for the Aptera, which I will absolutely be interested in. I was wondering though, if there will be a step to get into the rear of the car that attaches to the receiver. Seems like a no brainer but I am curious about this idea as being part of the camping package as well.
Power inverter for using an induction cooktop, coffee maker, blender. To have a car camping package, it seems almost imperative that an EV with this kind of option would be able to output battery power up to at least 20 amps for things like this, and so you wouldn't have to worry about only being able to use one appliance at a time. I would love to be able to use an aptera to run power tools as well, and currently the best vehicle option I see for my use case is an electric truck of the cyber variety. If I can avoid buying that bulky thing I would be ecstatic!
Aptera as a generator. This could be even more of a transformative vehicle if we have the ability to power a small camp of say, 50 people in an off-grid situation. If 220V hookup is available, I would certainly opt in to that, if a 220v A/C inverter was onboard, and could be connected to a house breaker box, oh how the world would embrace this car.