Nope, fellow Porlandian. Got it new this summer so maybe it was a left over 2014 if not a 2015 but it is a new manual drive Subaru Outback.
A large population of electric cars probably makes solar less economic, not more. A Tesla charges at 10kW, about the total peak load of a typical house. If half your neighbors tried to charge their Teslas on a hot, sunny afternoon, the power would probably go out, no matter how much solar they had. Current solar systems are limited to the average annual load.
More like 13 hours/5Kw hour with a 240V/20A circuit. As for the solar power, having the car allows you to install a larger solar system to charge it so you can definitely put in system to make house and car combon zero net energy. All the homes designed for the Solar Decathalon by US Dept of Energy are required to be able run house and charge car.Solar Decathalon
Usual routine is charging at night, lower demand, lower rates. Current solar is typically pumped into the grid for credits.
Tesla's coverage with the SuperChargers, 30 minutes for 170 miles of charge is extensive and growing fast. As Tesla notes, coverage now is for 98% of US population to drive the Tesla up and down the coasts and coasts to coasts which includes Denver to all the ski areas.