For those engineers and technically minded, Mundro is almost giving away their BMW i3 teardown report for $10. Before this, I think it was a $85,000 report! Very cool information at an impressive level of detail analyzing 54,000 parts used in the i3.
The total report is over 23,000 pages. I was going thought one report in the electronics section and I was surprised to find they are using a 200 GB hard disk! Anyway, for any automotive engineer, this is a gold mine!
Here's the 4-minute video where Sandy talks about the report:
And, while this is not exactly Tesla related, it does provide a great look into another EV and automotive design.