Rob....you're so diplomatic... 3 Inverters?......hmmmmm.
I believe it's not the laziness, as being a electronics buff... laziness is'nt a quality I have seen in the more serious fields...perfection usually wins.. What I beleive is there's no technical information they are following kinda like when you buy something fresh off market then 6 months later they revise it then 2 yrs down the road it actually performs like it should have in the beginning, well they wanted PC intgration but to them it was a fairly new and unapproached topic so there's no guidlines or manual or even brainstorming like we have on these forums. I mean seriously guys this forum is one of a kind and it's not all 1 guys idea's there are thousands that have contributed to what we have now considered full intregrated car PC's and thats because of failure and research and everyones ideas. Give them some time and I bet when it hits mainstream it will be fully dc-dc. I am willing to bet also that it will cost more than a lower end Kia to have one in your car as a option..lol
Did it.. Done it... now I got to keep the neighbors kids away!!
"...The vehicle is preparing to leave the driveway... Please make sure that your seatbacks and keyboards are in their full upright and locked position..."
After watching the interview video of the fabricator, I really believe that he had not clue that there was another way of doing it. I have a friend who has his own shop and for some reason they love those inverters.
It is kind of like how some people love fast food over those amazing local corner sub shop. They know the food is always "ok". Sometimes you will get no pickles, but it always gets there in less than 10 minutes and the cost is always the same know mater where you are.
Maybe that is a bad analogy, but this vehicle wasn't made to be a daily driver.