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Model Y Series: Episode 39: Sandy Talks About Electronics, Body Controllers & Steering Rack

Model Y E39 Electronics, Body Controllers & Steering Rack

Episode 39: Sandy Talks About Electronics, Body Controllers & Steering Rack

Welcome back to episode 39 of Munro’s Tesla Model Y Performance teardown, where Munro & Associates CEO Sandy Munro talks about electronics, body controllers and the steering rack.

The episode starts with Sandy sharing some information about the carbon fiber spoiler before he takes a look at the body control modules from the Model Y and Model 3. Comparing the two boards, Sandy sees continual improvement with the Model Y.

Next, Sandy gives an overview of the steering rack and how it works.

Check out the full details here.

Attention!  Our video series on the Model Y is coming to a close.  We would like to announce that the Tesla Model Y report will be finished in a matter of weeks and it contains a vast amount of information NOT covered in these videos.  This report is thousands of pages long and contains all kinds of data gems that you won’t find anywhere else, and certainly not for this price.  In Sandy’s estimation, this EV is about 5 or more years ahead of its time and has all kinds of new technologies and design changes that put it above the competition.  If you don’t want to be left in the dust and instead leapfrog your product into the future then you need this report.  Check out the Tesla Model Y Prospectus here.  Also, these zones can be purchased individually.  Contact our sales team to find out more:


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