Yes, I am a drive-by shooter ... I shoot real-estate photos from the public right-of-way. The split-windows may or may not represent a problem in getting the best angle for the specific images needed. If the split window proves problematic, it occurred to me that one option might be open doors. Recognize the car movement in these situations is extremely slow so there would be few stresses although there would be soft stops and starts. The typical "shoot" with one or both doors open would be no more than 150-ft, all on the public right of way in a residential community. The limited use would seem reasonable given the rising doors stay within the maximum width of the car meaning if you hit a kid, its going to be with your front fender. I.e. it is not inherently stupid, unless you consider the most adventurous who might hit the freeway with the door's up wondering if they can get airborne. (It would be a cool way to demonstrate the integrity of the monocoque construction on a closed track ... you come back to the pits and the doors open and close effortlessly after the abuse. BTW, if Aptera could do this, it would be about as stupid as a guy with diesel dually rolling coal ... Still allowing door-up motoring at lower speeds would add that true open air feeling. And as I think about it, there is going to be a way to defeat the opening of the door at speed just as in most traditional cars and that has to be taken into account. The plan has been to defeat at speed door opening with aerodynamics. And the aerodynamics of the Aptera are different. An hour later :) It occurs to me by definition the door opening process is aided, perhaps by a spring or more likely some hydraulic pistons. It could even be robotic although 'automatic doors' might better be an option. I suspect that if one started out with the doors open and accelerated rapidly the doors might close rather abruptly. Getting the right level of door dampening is a serious engineering question. Egress and ingress, which includes the door's functionality, can ruin a vehicle aimed at selling in volume. And while the idea of cruising with the doors open seems silly in a rolling coal kind of way, if the doors could be secured in the open position it would provide another dimension to rolling Aptera. I'm sure the range penalty from cruising doors open would be significant, but if it is engineered with that option, it could be fun.