After examining some of the latest i3 photographs, I've noticed something unusual. It seems there may be a sunroof and a moonroof option. One, as seen in the above video below of the i3 driving on the Autobahn, shows a normal looking large sunroof that opens and slides towards the rear of the car as most sunroofs do.
|Look at the roof above the front seats. It's clear there are two different openings divided by a section of roof and the glass is covered with the same material on the side window of the rear door the woman has open|
However the second, as seen in these two pictures seems to be two separate glass sections divided by a stationary section of the roof. It's hard to tell, but it seems these may not open, and just be there to let light in, like a classic moonroof. The interesting thing is there are two distinct separated panels, not one large piece of glass. I suppose this would allow one passenger to close their moonroof section if the sunlight was bothering them while the other front seat occupant could leave the one on their side open. Unless of course it is one large glass panel that opens and slides back above the section of roof that divides the opening into two spaces. Perhaps they needed that section to increase the strength of the CFRP passenger module. Take a look at the pictures and let me know what you think is going on there.
|It's harder to see here but you can see the divider sticking down between the two openings.|