you could try to create a new module in the database and enter all the details that you know of so far. The dimensions were published, and if you found out the specific power in W/m² you can calculate the nominal power of a tile by multiplying it by the area.
So, one tile is 184 mm wide and 365 mm long, which gives 0.067 m². I don't know the specific power you have found out, but if I should estimate the efficiency of the tiles, I'd say they have around 10 %.
This would give a nominal power of 1000 W/m² * 0.067 m² * 0.1 = 6.7 W.
Then, when you enter the voltage and current details on the next page, I would recommend to set the number of cells to 2, and adjust the voltage values accordingly. After that, adjust the currents:
In the section electrical data set the number of cells to 2.
In the STC section, enter the nominal power of 6.7 W in the field top right
Change the voltage values to a 2/60th of their original values:
MPP: 28.3 V / 60 * 2 = 0.943 V
open circuit: 36.1 V / 60 * 2 = 1.203 V
The nominal power of 6.7 W is the product of MPP voltage and current, so you have to adjust the MPP current to 6.7 W / 0.943 V = 7.12 A.
Since the ratio of MPP current to short circuit current should be left as is, you also have to change the shor circuit current to 7.12 A * ratio_I = 7.12 A * 7.7 A / 7.07 A = 7.75 A
The thermal voltage coefficient should be adjusted as well, set it to -0.35 %/K.
With those values you should be good to go. Of course that is mere guessing, but if you really want to simulate these systems already, this is what you could do.
Is it not possible to create the Tesla Solar Roof tile in PVsol.
At the minimum we have the watts per a square meter from researching but the challenge is not much has been published on the solar roof tile.
Trying to figure out how once can model it on PVsol.