It seems to me that with the targeted date to have not only a “manufacturable vehicle” but actually be manufacturing them only 180 days from now, at least 95% of the aspects should already be “set in stone”. As I’ve said before, I suspect that 1 “production” model will be “sold” to an early reservation made by an employee of Aptera at 11:59 PM PST on 31 Dec 2022. However, actual production for real world buyers most likely won’t begin until way later in 2023. The lack of real information on progress and features from Aptera in their June webinar shows they are further behind the curve as to when they will actually be able to finalize design and features.
Vehicle Alarms are so commonly activated by their owners at home or by people trying to find their car in a parking lot that they have become largely ignored by everyone else nearby.
What I would appreciate would be an anti-theft tracking system given the uniqueness of this vehicle strongly raising its likelihood of being stolen. Also, given its expected low production, it would be difficult or take a very long time to get another to replace the stolen one, unlike a Honda, Toyota, or Ford where you can simply pick up an identical vehicle at a dozen dealerships within 20 minutes of you.