David Tracy, Jalopnik:

Imagine a place where auto engineers can check out parts of competitors’ cars like they’re library books. And where they can participate in deep-dive lectures on how other companies build vehicle systems, how the systems work, and how much they cost to make. That’s what Munro does.


If you want the full report on that [BMW] i3 I mentioned, it’ll cost you $150,000.

Seems like a deal.