That was not a real "teardown". Just an opening of the main pack and removal of the smaller cell assemblies. A mechanical gasoline engine teardown is much more interesting. I know this because I have done it, and rebuilt ir afterward.
Technically, a removal of the module assemblies, they didn't pull the cells out. And since they were going to use the modules to convert another car into an EV, they wouldn't want to. I wouldn't compare this to an ICE tear down, since we are only looking at the power source of the car, not the propulsion unit (the motor). This is more comparable to tearing down the gas tank on an ICEV.
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