Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach e are two pure electric Crossovers featuring a large panoramic roof so passengers inside can enjoy the outside view. Most modern cars today have windshields where they block about 96% of UV-A rays.
But what happens inside cars when they stay exposed to the sun for a long time? In the video below from YouTube channel EV Dave, you can see a comparative test of Model Y and Mustang Mach-e that involves measuring the temperature inside them when exposed to the sun for many hours.
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Sensors have been installed inside both electric crossovers where the cable ends up outside the door and has the appropriate socket to connect the measuring instrument. The day the test was done was not very hot with temperatures of 77 Fahrenheit or 25 degrees Celsius. Also the cabin overheat protection function entered ON mode. For more details watch below in the video.
Video from YouTube channel EV Dave