The Aptera Forum
How sensitive? There is EMF virtually everywhere. Why in particular would 5G be an issue?
The largest source for EMF would be from the wheel motors. Since they are built to EU standards, and located much further away from passengers, I bet the Aptera is among the best among EVs in this respect. I don't know what kind of cell connection is used for the over the air updates. Perhaps this relies on the customer provided phone.
Aptera's relatively-distant motors may be its largest source, but it may be less than a microwave, phone, or even a gas car. I was shocked when I used my EMF-sensitive friend's meter to check some common items, listed below in approximate descending order of severity (sorry I didn't record the actual numbers):
Some fairly new microwaves were really bad, even when OFF! EMF goes through everything, so consider if your microwave is by the kitchen wall right behind where you sit for prolonged periods at a computer or TV.
My 4G phone was almost as bad, even when asleep, as was a GAS STOVE! My guess there would be its high-voltage ignition system always on standby.
A Ford F-150 was also very high! Again maybe the kilo-volt ignition system that gas cars require.
Lower, but still surprising was turning the halogen headlights on in my all-electric Fiat 500e, but that may be due to at least 132W running through the nearby turn signal stalk switch.
Lowest on the list was my Fiat without the lights, & an eGolf, with or without its low-power LED lights.