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Tesla Is Improving Its Battery Software After 2 Spontaneous Fires

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Tesla Is Improving Its Battery Software After 2 Spontaneous Fires

Tesla Is Improving Its Battery Software After 2 Spontaneous Fires

According to Business Insider, Tesla said on Wednesday that it will update the thermal management settings in its vehicles' software in response to a string of seemingly spontaneous fires.

The company said it has not yet determined a cause of the Model S which caught fire in a Hong Kong shopping mall on March 14, or that of another in a Shanghai parking garage in April.

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