Sandy Munro in new Model Y Teardown video, shows us like any modern car, so in Tesla’s small SUV, manufacturers apply various kinds of countermeasures for Noise, Vibration, and Harshness.
It explains about the insulations that exist in the engine area as well as in the cabin of the Model Y. He was also surprised when in the back he discovered a brick of foam where he was probably somehow forgotten there.
Then to Model Y Teardown Video, the always informative Sandy then explains the structure and construction of the cooling pack where he has removed it from the bodywork.
The US company had originally announced the date of the first Model Y deliveries in October 2020. In the end, however, the model reached the owners six months earlier after the first deliveries began in late March.
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Description from YouTube channel Munro Live :
Episode 20: Sandy walks us through the various types of NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) countermeasures present on the Model Y including lofted fiberglass, foam-in-place PUR (Polyurethane) with TPO (thermoplastic olefin) skin, pumpable sound deadener, mastic patches, and die-cut foam. Additionally, we take a look at the construction of the cooling pack outside of the vehicle, as well as the active grille shutter (AGS) system.