Tesla Motors Inc Says Supercharger Not At Fault In Model S Fire

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Tesla Motors Inc Says Supercharger Not At Fault In Model S Fire
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Electric carmaker Tesla launched an investigation after one of its Model S vehicles caught fire at a Supercharger station in Norway.

Tesla investigated the fire along with the Norwegian Accident Investigation Board, and concluded that the fire was caused by a fault in the car itself rather than the Supercharger station, writes Brad Anderson for Car Scoops. However there was no definitive conclusion as to the cause due to the fact that the car was completely destroyed by the blaze.

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