Unless you have line of sight between some specifically designed transmitters and receivers, you’re going to have a bad time trying to get bluetooth reception at any distance. I really think you could use wifi for this application, a wifi transceiver near a window in an office building would send and receive from a wifi camera in a car many many hundreds of feet away. Your bigger problem is supplying power to the camera in a car as it sits in a lot all day. You should use a DC powered remotely accessible low power wifi enabled camera. You’d need to know the specs on the camera for power draw, the distance it needs to communicate will impact it, and you could then make a decision about whether you add a secondary battery to power the wifi camera or run it off the car battery. Doable, but bluetooth is not the right solution.
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