Covering Up Fires now for a month, Elon? Your fire experts determined it wasn't the car battery
Seriously, someone needs to investigate this clown before his customers start to die. A month to release a potential public safety hazard?!?! Lawsuits....!
Do you think THIS will get some orders cancelled?
According to Bloomberg, Tesla Motors, Inc. (TSLA) has declared that the over-heating of a Model S charging system was not responsible for the garage fire in Irvine, California on Nov 15. The Model S was being charged via a wall socket in the garage, but the investigating Orange County Fire Authority reported that the car battery did not cause the fire. However, they were unsure if the charging system was responsible.