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Which roof configuration would you choose?

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The only way to gain any headroom at this stage of development is if there is a steel/non-sunroof alternative (essentially a "sunroof delete" option) we have not read about. Removing the sunroof would allow the interior headliner to be raised under the simple steel roof. Interested to show what the community preference would be.
 

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In the Edmunds video of the Ocean, headroom looks kind of tight and the host is about 5’10 I believe. It also looks a bit tight in terms of shoulder room. Excited to see how much room there is with the sunroof.

I would prefer we have an option to choose the roof on the Extreme.I would get rid of the sunroof for more headroom.
 

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Unfortunate we had (as of now) 121 people view the poll, but only 8 responses. Meaningless sample size at this point with a margin of error of +/- 35! . If we can get a minimum of n=75+, whatever the outcome, perhaps a lurker from Fisker on this forum might take notice.
 

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If headroom is the key issue, you need to consider the fixed glass roof vs openable glass roof. Often, a fixed glass roof vehicle will have more headroom than the same vehicle with a steel roof as the steel roof will need additional cross bars and insulation/lining. For an openable roof; the sunroof’s motor mechanism will eat into the additional headroom.

I know both the Mach E and ID.4 have more headroom for their glass roof models over the steel roof version.

 
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