Some jets have polarized windows that you can adjust by a knob that is software controlled. You could choose the level of light coming through. Tesla could offer it to the back windows (I don’t know whether it would be legal for the front).
Moderator: This can cause blind spots if the owner also uses polarized glasses. If not illegal, it might be a high liability risk for the manufacturer to include any kind of polarization. We’re unaware of any car that includes any kind of polarized glass in the front/sides or rear.
Products we’ve seen for jets are specifically for the passengers and are not in any area that the pilots need to see out of. 3M makes one manually adjustable product for jets. Such as product might be designed into the pano roof glass.