Glass roofs

Asked by May 12, 2017 at 12:34 PM about the Tesla Model S

Question type: General

Have the designers of the model S with
it's glass roof considered the danger of
UVA and UVB rays? You could have a lot
pass skin cancer cases...I'm very
concerned about it. Will there be an
option for a solid non glass roof?

4 Answers

107,955

I'm sure they though about it and if it worries you so much, don't buy the car...

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74,095

Glass blocks UVB. My guess is that Tesla coated the glass to block UVA as well but check their specs or ask a salesman.

175

If it bothers you that much just have it tinted

They block UVA/UVB as well as have heat rejection and tinting on the all glass roof. Let me know if you have any questions about it. I have that configuration.

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