A sunroof and a moonroof both allow for more airflow and light into the cabin of a car, but there is a key difference between them. A sunroof is a glass panel that is typically installed in the car’s roof and can be opened to let in air and light. A moonroof is similar to a sunroof, but it has another panel of glass that allows the user to slide the panel open. This feature gives the user more control over airflow and light. Sunroofs are typically manually operated, while moonroofs can be manual or automated. Sunroofs are typically less expensive than moonroofs because of their simpler design. Moonroofs also have a glass panel that can tilt up or slide open, which gives the user more control over the amount of airflow and light that enters the car.