Surprised I haven't seen a thread about this.
A Tesla model S burst into flames on a quick charge station.
Go ahead, tell us how much worse lithium is compared to the thousands of other cars that caught fire today.
Also, Lithium versus Hydrogen general?
Thinking hydrogen for quick charge, but perhaps it'd be better to swap out canisters of the stuff?
>Does it have some sort of black box protected memory to gather data all the fires?
The one in OP's pic certainly will be black now, har har.
It'd have something, yes, but fuck me that fire looks like it was hot.
Can't wait to see a video, hope there's one somewhere.
That many 18650's all venting at once, fuck.
So every company in the US deserves to die then?
Perhaps go after the big problems, rather than one of the many that exploit it.
According to Norwegian papers, they're currently investigating the fire.
The Norwegian road government said "They have an idea of what happened, but we don't want to reveal anything until we have a conclusive answer."
Here's another pic of the wreckage.