This might seem silly but I've noticed my elbow and even knees seem to land on uncomfortable hard spots in every car. I like to drive long distances. You have to get comfortable, settle in on these drives. I'm 6'2" but I think everyone, if you let your legs lean over to the side, your knee caps wind up leaning on something hard. It's uncomfortable. Same with the elbows on the door side of almost every car. It would be great if there were more consideration for long term driving comfort positions.
My early Nissan LEAF used a resistance heater but My 2013 LEAF had a heat pump. The heat pump was so much more efficient. When efficiency is the priority I think the Aptera would benefit from that improvement.
In order to make the Aptera affordable to the widest possible consumer base, I recommend that battery packs be available in multiple sizes, e.g., 350 miles (32 kWh), 700 miles (64 kWh), and 1000 miles (100 kWh, which I frankly think is overkill).
Also, given the very low WHr/mile efficiency of the Aptera, having a 120V charge port makes a good deal of sense for those who want to charge overnight at home, obtaining roughly 14 miles of charge per hour connected, which for a 10 hour charge would be a resounding 140 miles of charge. That way, an $1000-1500 L2 charger installation expense can also be avoided.