# Saytzev and Hofmann elimination in E1

From what I have read, E1 largely produces the more substituted alkene because of the fact that more substituted alkenes are more stable as a result of hyperconjugation. However, in E2 the situation is different for a number or reasons. One of these reasons is steric effects of potentially large substituents on the $\beta$- carbon which would promote formation of the less substituted alkene. This effect does not seem to be mentioned for E1 but surely it must still be valid, right? Do large subtituents or bulky bases promote the formation of less substituted alkenes in E1? If not why not?