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Sandy Talks On “Now You Know” Part 1 “Tesla Lies”?

Now you Know In Depth Tesla Lies Sandy Munro

Sandy Talks On “Now You Know” Part 1 “Tesla Lies”?

Recently, Sandy was interviewed on the YouTube show “Now You Know”, specifically their “In Depth” series where Zac & Jesse talk Tesla, Munro’s history, and innovation in detail.  This is the first part of a two-part series interview with Sandy and it is one of the best interviews of Sandy yet!

Sandy talks about how Munnro has worked on everything from Barbie to parts of the International Space Station (ISS), how Tesla stands against the rest of the market, old OEM stories, in-depth Model Y stories, and new technologies.

You don’t want to miss this show; here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l6DPwKHWpY

Speaking of the Model Y, our Model Y report which showcases all the leading EV technology and those suggestions Munro gave to Tesla can now be purchased. No other car we have analyzed has this many technology leaps.  One of those leaps is the Octovalve and Thermal System which is such a unique technology that we created a separate report just on it.  Also, Munro has reports on 3 EV Inverters and a comparison of 10 of the leading EV motors and the Model 3.

If you are serious about competing in the new EV world, these reports are a must-have.  Don’t be left in the dust while your competitors reap the knowledge contained in these tomes.  Reports of this type don’t exist anywhere else in the market.  Contact sales@leandesign.com for more information.

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