Hi! Wondering how much the exterior color of the car affects the available power to drive additional miles. Is it significant? Is it negligible? As an example, years ago I owned a very dark blue car. It got a lot hotter in the sun than other cars I'd owned (one white, one silver) so obviously I used the AC more in the black car. I don't think this is news to anyone. I live in a sunny area and not sure if I should limit my car choices to just the lighter colored cars so that I don't unnecessarily waste kWh on AC usage versus driving. I know I used more gas to run the AC in those old cars, but gas is/was easier to find than power. Not sure if anyone really can answer definitively, as most people only know how their own car operates, and don't have a second "control" vehicle to compare against. it just seems like common sense...but should I even bother considering this? Thanks in advance for info. If it makes a difference, we'll be using over-generation from our solar panels primarily to power our EV, and so not really planning on using public charging stations (much). We already generate plenty of free kWh and so any time spent at public charging is just money out the window.