DETROIT — Forget, for a moment, Tesla's missed production deadlines, its challenges with fit-and-finish and even the eyebrow-raising tweets that issue from its CEO.
When it comes to the nuts and bolts — or in this case, sensors and battery cells — of Tesla's Model Y electric crossover, says Sandy Munro, the product is the most technically advanced EV on the market.
It's really that advanced? Munro is asked.
It has no peer, says the president of Munro & Associates, a firm in Auburn Hills, Mich., that specializes in vehicle competitive teardowns. The only real competition, he says, is itself.