Tsla domestic re-fire battery was burnt accident cause investigation

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

At 3 o'clock in the morning of June 11, a TSLA hit the guardrail after the Rizhao City, Shandong Province, and the current accident is under investigation. From a photo, the TSLA for fire is a white model, but the body and frame have been completely burned, and the specifically Models is still X is difficult to identify. Aluminum alloy forged hubs have also been broken, while burning traces.

You can see the backbone of the third row of seats, so it is possible to be a 6 MODELX. Suspected is the motor motor, so this may be a four-drive version. Burnt 18650 battery.

The battery is scattered, it has demonstrated that the housing of the battery pack has been broken. This accident is serious than a number of TSLA fire accidents in foreign countries. The whole car has been severely burned, unrecognizable, and the battery is scattered, indicating that the impact and fire are very fierce.

TSLA has always claimed that the electric car is normal, and the proportion is still small compared to the fuel car. However, in the previous time, Guangdong's ModelX high-speed crash fire accident, TSLA should seriously reflect on this, and explain reasonably to the public. The battery has a devastating fire, TSLA is also seriously reflecting the safety design of battery packs and electric control systems.

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