New energy vehicles, especially electric vehicles, are a hot topic at the moment, and Japanese media have linked Japanese, German and American systems through a dismantling. The Tesla Model 3, which involved engineers from some of Japan’s biggest carmakers, detailed the dismantling of the Tesla Model 3, which concluded that Toyota and Volkswagen would have to wait until at least 2025 to catch up with Tesla’s electric core technology, with one engineer saying, “I’m sorry, we can’t do it.”
While the giants can use their resources to quickly develop a high-performance auto-assisted driver-assistance computing platform for cars, the problem is that it leaves many ECU manufacturers on the supply chain with “no food to eat.”
In fact, earlier German reverse engineering of the Model 3 showed that Tesla was technologically advanced.
It is important to note that the compute and electric platforms used in the dismantling of the vehicles were released in April 2019, and Tesla will obviously improve further during this period.
However, some analysts think that the Japanese media’s view is ridiculous, after all, consumers buy more technologically advanced cars in large numbers, will also make these rely on traditional skills to eat the supply of enterprise workers lost their jobs.