Model Y Series: Episode 38: Seat Day at Munro

Model Y E38 - Seat Day at Munro

Episode 38: Seat Day at Munro

Welcome back to episode 38 of Munro’s Tesla Model Y Performance teardown, where Munro & Associates CEO Sandy Munro walks us through Tesla’s seat design.

Sandy takes a look at a seat from the Model Y, which has something in common with all other Tesla’s, and that’s the seat frame. He then gives us an overview of seat safety from the seatbelt and airbag to the anchor pre-tensioner and more.

Next, Sandy shares different seat designs throughout the automotive industry, including some historical content.

You can find the full details of Sandy’s seat overview here.

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