So, my wife asked me a question about my sunroof and I figure the brain trust here at TMC would know the answer right away. When I first purchased my S, I was worried about the Sunroof and the sun beating down on my head. On pick up day, I almost bought the sunroof shade without even testing the car out day in and day out. I was dissuaded from purchasing the shade by my delivery person and they were 100% right. My sunroof is one of my favourite features on the car because of how well it filters light. Which brings me to my wife's question... She has a Lexus RX350 with a glass roof. Is the Tesla roof simply "tinted" or is there some other process which filters the light. If it is simply a matter of tinting, can any glass roof (like the one on the RX) be tinted in the same way? On hot and sunny days, there is just no way you can drive in her car without the shade pulled to block the entire sunroof and all light simply because it is scarcely better than just being out in the sun (ie: there is almost no filtering of the sun light). (And if the answer is "Get an X"... trust me it is on the "honey-do" list).