BMW i3 ProspectusThe Most Comprehensive Teardown and Benchmark Analysis Available of the BMW i3!

While the BMW i3 has, and will continue to be, the subject of a myriad of different analyses and reports, only Munro will provide detailed findings that breakdown and detail every manufacturing cost.

Munro has a long history of producing teardown benchmarking studies for both the public sector and private clients, however the i3 study will mark the first time that these types of reports will made available for general distribution.

The i3 study will tap into all facets of Munro’s deep knowledge of technologies, materials and manufacturing processes. The company is uniquely positioned to analyze and report findings on the i3’s ground breaking use of carbon fiber as well as other light-weight materials, metal forming and molding. Munro’s extensive experience with powertrain and battery technologies will also be leveraged to provide a comprehensive analysis of the BMW i3.

This study includes:


A 10 Zone complete cost, assembly, and materials-analysis for all parts specific to a zone or system.

Eye catching features and functions.
A Vehicle Fit and Finish Quality Audit (FFQ) report Audit.
Comprehensive analysis of the i3's carbon fiber manufacturing and assembly process.
Detailed reporting of the battery design and construction.
A complimentary single license of Munro’s proprietary Design Profit® software which provides the purchaser the ability to print Cost Maps®, indented Costed Bill Of Materials (CBOM).
Copies of, or links to, any known BMW public domain articles and videos.

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“Engineering consultant Sandy Munro has a shop in suburban Detroit where he takes apart cars, seeking clues to design and manufacturing tricks he can sell to manufacturers eager for a cram course on their competition.”
– Joseph B. White, Wall Street Journal

“…rest assured, a lot of people in the auto industry want to know its secrets… [Munro delivers] a detailed analysis of the costs and processes involved, right down to the individual nuts and bolts used.”
– Joann Muller, Forbes

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