Watch Munro's Tesla Model Y Teardown Proceed: Floorpan, Wiring

Paint? You don’t need no stinking paint? Sandy Munro continues his Tesla Model Y teardown video series on his Munro Live YouTube channel. In the video we bring to you today, Munro looks closely at the Model Y’s floorpan, EPP floor risers, and wiring and seat stanchions. Munro starts off

Tesla Octovalve Is The Video Sandy Munro Has Not Captured Yet has only taken pictures of the new cooling weapon from Tesla. The Tesla Model Y teardown Munro & Associates is promoting has revealed some exciting surprises so far. One of them, the “gigantic aluminum casting” on the rear, was already expected. The “aluminum rear crush plate” was named like

Testing Tesla Model 3 Autopilot In The Midst Of A Pandemic

It’s the perfect time to get acquainted with Tesla Autopilot. Cars are getting more and more advanced. For example, new driver assistance systems are able to accelerate, brake, and steer. This technology is in place to keep drivers safe. Tesla Autopilot is a perfect example of such semi-autonomous tech, though

Watch Tesla Model 3 Performance Vs Tuned Toyota Supra In 1/4-Mile

A solid electric versus gas matchup. Toyota has been teasing a revived Supra for years. After a 22-year hiatus, it returned to market in 2019 as an all-new 2020 model. The gas-powered two-seat sports car boasts a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Supra’s BMW-built powertrain

In-Depth Tesla Model Y Review From Tesla Model 3, S, & X Owner

This Tesla owner finally got his ‘Storm Trooper’ Model Y. He provides us with a detailed report. EDITOR’S NOTE: This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish

Tesla Production And Deliveries Graphed Through Q1 2020

Coronavirus outbreak affected Tesla’s results (first in China) and then in North America/Europe, but Q1 2020 was still outstanding. Since Tesla’s production and delivery numbers for the first quarter of 2020 are in, let’s check the results thoroughly. First of all, it was Tesla’s best first quarter ever, and unfortunately, it

Tesla Software Update Allows In-Car Viewing Of Sentry Mode Videos

It will work for both Sentry Mode and TeslaCam footage. Sentry Mode and TeslaCam videos have provided remarkable insight into people’s behaviors towards Tesla cars, which range from the amusing to the downright despicable; many such videos went viral. Now the manufacturer has made the viewing of such videos even

How Do Tesla Lathrop And Model Y Relate? Cast Parts Are Made There

Tesla confirmed that itself in a letter to Lathrop City County. Its employees did the same. We know you have already seen this Munro & Associates video here at InsideEVs. What you don’t know is where Tesla produces the innovative cast parts Munro is so excited to see in the

2020 Tesla Model Y Undergoes Panel Gap Assessment by Sandy Munro

After his thorough teardown of the Tesla Model 3, auto engineering veteran Sandy Munro is back to examine the latest product to roll out of the electric automaker’s stable: the 2020 Model Y. Tesla fans fear not, because his assessment is generally positive. That said, he found many inconsistent panel gaps