2021 Volkswagen ID.4: E6 – Wrap Up with Alex Guberman
In this episode of Munro Live, Sandy turns the tables and interviews Alex Guberman from E for Electric on his thoughts and experiences with the ID.4 which he will be receiving soon.
This video starts off with Alex explaining he just slept on the floor of his newly purchased house in Las Vegas which doesn’t have any furniture yet.
Alex has just recently moved on from driving a Tesla for many years, but admits that owning a luxury Tesla is expensive. This is the main reason he bought the Volkswagen ID.4 which comes in at about $30,000 USD and he feels that the ID.4 is best for that price range.
Want to know all of Alex’s and Sandy’s thoughts and research on the car? Well you will just have to watch the episode:
Sandy Munro Puts Battery Day Doubters In Their Place On E For Electric
Sandy once again appears on E for Electric to put the Tesla Battery Day doubters and naysayers in their place by going into depth about why the changes proposed by Tesla are groundbreaking and ultimately industry-changing.
Sandy starts off talking about the mega-casting and its importance to the Model Y and next-generation vehicles from Tesla as well as making the battery system an asset to the structural integrity of the cars going forward.
Then we get into the battery itself: From diameter to chemistry and configuration to going tabless, this battery is going to kick some serious butt! How is the market going to respond? How will rival battery manufacturers compete?
Sandy Goes On E For Electric to Talk About Hummer EV in Depth
Once again, Sandy goes on E for Electric with Alex Guberman to talk in-depth about the upcoming Hummer EV which had a prototype revealed recently in the news. Judging from the response that we got from our viewers on Munro Live and our social media, this is a sort of controversial automobile.
Enthusiasts of I.C.E. cars think this is a great way to transition an iconic brand into the EV realm, breathing new life into it. Some were even arguing earlier that this vehicle is going to be vaporware and never materialize, but GM has recently announced that it is definitely going into production starting in the fall of 2021 and moreover they have completely sold out all of their reservations!
In this interview, Sandy will explain what GM will have to go through to get this vehicle production ready so quickly and some of the struggles that await them, but mark Sandy’s word, he thinks that the timeline is more manageable than some think because at the end of the day, many aspects of this vehicle, GM knows how to manufacture and that the main hurdles will just be battery and electric motor related.
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Sandy Munro goes on the YouTube channel E For Electric to discuss his final thoughts relating to the comparison of the cyber truck to the conventional trucks found in the market currently.
If you missed it, Sandy Munro did a five-part series comparing the RAM, Silverado, and F150 trucks to the information that we have on the Cybertruck. Topics covered are Body Structure, Suspension, Ride & Handling, Driveline & Off-Roading, Interiors, and Ride and Drive characteristics and performance. You can watch the series playlist by clicking on this link:
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Before getting into the details of the Model Y, Alex and Sandy walk through a few parts of Munro’s Model Y teardown episodes, from the window smashing and the mysterious bottle of whiskey that viewers had to know more about.
In the episode, Sandy shares the top five improvements he discovered were made to the Model Y compared to what he found in the Model 3. From the body to the electronics bay, Sandy goes into detail on the changes he was pleased to see … as well as one he’s glad hasn’t changed with the Model Y.