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.

And:

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

Seems like a deal.