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I’ve toyed around with car mounts in the past and what I found to work well is mounting the camera to the vehicle as tightly as possibe and let the cameras "steadyshot" clean the rest. The vehicle has shocks and you won’t be driving fast when filming so the vibrations will be minimal. I’ve strapped a tripod to the vehicle door with the camera on top of the tripod looking into the vehicle as to film conversation while moving and it looks real steady. You have a sunroof so your cameraguy can stand up through it. If you have roof racks then you have something to strap to.
Whatever way you decide to go, test it out first. Don’t trust that it will work then find out the day of shooting that it won’t.