The world's first Tesla Model S Plaid caught fire and exploded. Recently, according to electrek, a brand-new Tesla Model S Plaid caught fire and exploded in the suburbs of Philadelphia, USA.

The local fire department reported that at nearly 9 o'clock in the evening on June 29, the Gladwyne fire brigade began to assist in handling a car fire in the 100th block of Rose Lane. When the firefighters arrived, the Tesla had been completely burnt down. Fortunately, no casualties were caused by the accident.

Since the electric vehicle caught fire requires a separate disposal process, the fire extinguishing and subsequent treatment time lasted 3 hours.

Judging from the scene, this Model S Plaid was completely burnt, and the roof was no longer visible. The burned battery (cell) can be seen at the scene, but because the new Model S Plaid has not yet used Tesla’s new battery , So this battery is not the latest 4680 battery.

The front and rear parts of this Tesla are intact, and the cause of the fire is currently unknown. It is understood that for the Tesla Model S Plaid that was involved in the accident, the delivery of the new car in the United States took only about one week.

In the China market, the Tesla S Plaid is priced at 1.0599 million yuan, and it only takes 2.1 seconds to accelerate from 0-100 km/h. It is currently the fastest-accelerating mass-produced model.
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