AAH #406 – CES, NAIAS, & Issues With Tesla’s Model 3

January 25th, 2018 at 6:57pm

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TOPIC: Reporter Roundtable

07:45 – CES vs. SAE: is CES killing NAIAS?
31:32 – Dr. Data
35:20 – Tesla Model 3 Issues: What did Munro & Associates discover?
52:30 – NAIAS: The Big Three’s Big Bet on Trucks

- John McElroy, Autoline.tv
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press
- Todd Lassa, Automobile

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3 Comments to “AAH #406 – CES, NAIAS, & Issues With Tesla’s Model 3”

  1. Bryan Says:

    Great show guys. I really enjoy watching. That firefighter guy did not have to be so rude, even if he is correct. Anyways, have a great weekend!

  2. veh Says:

    A quick Google of “Model 3 Emergency Response Guide” gets you the documentation. And the same Google search works for every model of a NEV that I’ve tried.

    But…in an emergency situation, is a responder going to be looking this up while people are trapped in the vehicle? There’s no way they’re going to remember each model’s specifics. So the issue is still a valid one.

    Am looking forward to more detail of the Munro M3 teardown.

  3. DK Says:

    I have to jump on the bandwagon here. When I watched Autoline Daily with the bit about the frunk access to the cut loop, I googled the first responder guide for the Model 3 and had it in less than a minute. The cut loops on Tesla are very easy to find, rather an eyesore as the tag sticks out visibly in to the frunk.