Sandy Munro on All Things EV with Sean Mitchell
Munro & Associates CEO Sandy Munro recently joined Sean Mitchel of All Things EV to discuss Munro’s recent teardown of the Tesla Model Y Performance.
In the episode, Sean and Sandy cover a number of topics from Model Y paint issues and the Octovalve, to wiring and Model 3 and Model Y comparisons, and Sandy shares his thoughts on what he says is the best EV Tesla makes.
Answering Sean’s questions, Sandy walks viewers through some of the negatives and positives he discovered while tearing down the Model Y, but overall speaks very highly of the vehicle stating: “I never recommended the Model 3 to anybody, but I’ve already recommended the Model Y to a dozen people.” And later adds: “I haven’t recommended any electric car up until the Y.”
With this final question, Sean asks Sandy what the next EV will be that Munro will purchase and teardown, but Sandy wants to know what the viewers might like to see next and Munro will work to make something happen. Want to share your thoughts? Leave a comment on the video or you can contact Munro here.
To conclude, Sandy shares how viewers can purchase parts of the Model Y or Model 3 Munro has listed for sale on the Munro Live website.
You can view the whole video here.
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