Dubbed Magic Sky Control, it replaces the standard folding hardtop’s metal panels with glass ones much like the Panorama roof, which is also an option. The difference with Magic Sky Control (Are we the only ones that think it sounds like something out of Native American folklore?) is that the glass in the top panel is polarized, meaning you can increase or decrease the level of tint at the touch of a button. While it may come across as a cheap parlor trick, it really is like having two roofs in one (or three if you count the fact that it folds down completely): an opaque one to keep the interior cool-ish on a sunny summer day, and a transparent one for stargazing at the local, er, “special” parking spot that’s popular with couples on a chilly winter’s eve.


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