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Tesla updates software after fire

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Tesla updates software after fire

Tesla updates software after fire

Tesla is producing a software update for two of its electric vehicles, including the flagship Model S, to improve battery safety as part of a probe into a vehicle fire in Hong Kong.

Autonews reports the over-the-air updates will revise the charge and thermal-management settings for the Model S and Model X, Tesla said in a statement.

A Tesla Model S suddenly caught fire in a parking lot at San Po Kong Plaza on May 12, the Hong Kong Economic Times reported.

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