Rivian vs. Hummer EV Results Plus Sandy announces massive Tesla Giveaway!
Well, the votes are in and it is a clear winner. When announced in the last video that we wanted your input on which vehicle to pick next for Munro to analyze/study next, the hands-down winner was Rivian. With Rivian being the vehicle of most interest to our group of followers we are in the plans of how we will make a series on this going forward.
But now onto the real topic of the day… Munro’s 100,000 subscribers give away extravaganza!
From calipers to hood shields, scripts to a high-top table made from a tire and wheel, many Tesla car parts will be up for grabs in this race to 100,000 subscribers. Over 70 items will be up for award to the next 7000 or so subscribers that we need to reach 100K subs. We are still unsure how we are picking people but that will probably be announced in the next video. Don’t miss out on your chance to win one of these unique items – subscribe now!
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Hello again boys and girls, and welcome to another episode of Munro Live. In today’s episode we discuss the somewhat controversial move Apple is making where all new iPhone 12 phones will ship without wall chargers or Lightning EarPods in the box to reduce the phone’s environmental impact over time.
In general though, Sandy thinks this is both a good move for the environment as well as returning profit to the shareholders by reducing an unnecessary cost. Beyond saving money by not providing the charger and the earbuds, Apple can reduce box size and internal packaging which, unless you are a hoarder like Cory, will just end up in the landfill anyway. Moreover, Apple packaging their phone in a smaller box will decrease shipping costs and allow them to ship more due to the reduced volume of the boxes.
So… are you ready to find out what is in the mystery box from 3 Munro live episodes ago? If you watched Sandy’s Tesla Battery Day Follow-up video, you know that there is a cryptic package produced by Sandy at the end of the video and all are left wondering… what is in the darn box?! Well wait no more, the day has come, the box and it’s content are the subject of this next Munro Live video.
In this episode, Sandy talks with Tracy McSheery from Sapphire Motors about literally re-inventing the wheel, or should I say the motor… Or should I say a wheel motor. This episode covers heavily the Halbach array effect and how this can be used in the next generation of EVs.
Sandy Munro On The The Past, Present, and Future of EVs
In the latest installment of Munro Live, Sandy shares excerpts from a video that was made for investors in the EV world teaching them how to perceive the new course of this market by examining the past, present, and future.
There is a lot of great moments in this 22+ minute video, but definitely a quotable takeaway, as Sandy puts it, “It is not the big that eat the small, but rather the fast that eat the slow.” This of course in response to the established car companies that are moving very slow to bring innovation to market in their new EVs.
If you are an investor and want to get an insight into how Munro views various car companies with some real-world examples, this is a must-watch for you!
Jalopnik Drops Off The Cheapest EV in the World at Munro
Well, they warned us… Jalopnik’s own Jason Torchinsky threatened that he was going to come visit Munro after competing in the race “Motorsport 4 the Masses” event in Franklin, North Carolina, and by golly, here they are!
As the Changli, in all it’s 1.1 Horsepower glory, can’t handle a trip of more than 28 miles on a single charge, the car is getting transported around using an F 250 Tremor. Jason promised to come visit Munro with this oddity of a vehicle after the race so that Sandy could tool-around a bit with it, give some analysis, and lament over the engineering he finds, exclaiming, “everything here tells me I don’t know anything about cars” lol.
In the second installment of Sandy’s analysis of Tesla’s battery day discoveries, Sandy starts off by answering certain comments and questions from viewers and then goes into more detail about why he thinks the batteries will be a superior solution. Sandy also reveals where the large casting came from in our last video – Invocast!
From there Sandy Goes back into history and starts talking about other projects that Munro has worked on where we have turned a corner in technology and improved a product or vehicle to the point where we changed the critic’s minds about what could be possible.
Sandy then moves into Munro’s future, working with several new electric vehicles in order to bring low cost and fun transportation solutions to the market, in the form of Arcimoto’s FUV, Aptera, and the Nobe Car. We address issues like safety, but also cost, delivering to niche markets, and innovation in a burgeoning area of EVs. Sandy also let’s his audience know that he is open to investors who want to be a part of the future of these vehicles, specifically the Nobe.
But perhaps most interesting of all… there is a surprise box at the end… what will it be???
Watch Sandy Make a Tesla Battery Mock-up and His Thoughts On Battery Day!
Wow, for the Tesla fans out there (and the short sellers) you are going to find our latest video very interesting. Inspired by the announcements made during Tesla Battery Day, Sandy takes some time out of his regular workday to create a mock-up of the newly proposed battery cells/packs to show just how much of a difference this new battery set up will be for Tesla vehicles.
If you want to find out early, some of Sandy’s predictions about how the new battery packs will be set up in the vehicle, cooled, create more power in a smaller space, and also add to the strength of the structure, then this video is your ticket to seeing some of Tesla secrets before they release them.
Then Sandy moves on to explaining the newly proposed body structure that will incorporate 2 Mega-castings (front and rear) with the battery packs creating the new center body and why this move is such a big deal in the automotive design realm.
Lastly, Sandy makes an impassioned plea to Tesla for… well you will just have to watch:
Round Table #1 with David Tracy of Jalopnik – Bronco vs. Wrangler
In Munro’s first podcast style episode of Round Table with Sandy Munro and David Tracy of Jalopnik, hosted by Kevin Harty, a consultant at Munro, the group discusses the differences, plusses and minuses, of the Bronco and Wrangler.
Sandy goes into some personal history of his experiences with the two vehicles and insider stories from the OEM’s. But the main meat of this interview comes in the format of dissecting these vehicles, feature by feature.
Battery Day Expert Panel Featuring Sandy Munro On Autoline
What did you think about Tesla’s Battery Day announcements? Wonder what the experts think? Watch here as Autoline’s expert panel, featuring our own Sandy Munro, talk about all of the dramatic statements that Tesla made at their Battery Day reveal following their 2020 Annual Shareholders meeting.
Tesla released a plan that will be a multipronged attack at cost savings which they feel will result in a 57% reduction for Telsa. But is that accurate? Can Tesla really achieve this?
Munro & Associates is proud to announce that they are working with the Nobe Car company on their new vehicle launch. The Nobe Car is a modern classic design on a three-wheeled EV platform. The original design comes from Estonia, now brought to the US, and all done within the short time span of a few years (compared with the usual decade or more found with new vehicle lines in other car or sport vehicle companies.
In this reveal video, Sandy Munro presents several aspects of the Nobe car in tandem with the President of Nobe Cars USA, Inc. Mati Otsmaa. Munro will be working with Nobe to improve its design and make it easier to manufacture while saving costs in order to help bring this car to market even faster.
The Nobe car is electrically efficient while bringing style and nostalgia. It can go 180 miles on one charge making it practical while having better handling than motorcycle in the snow (you have to see the video to believe it!)