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.
With such large battery sizes and range, consider providing a CCS/SAE port, which will be supporting the Vehicle-to-grid capability in incremental phases. https://insideevs.com/news/342354/charin-ccs-combo-standard-to-offer-v2g-by-2025/