Electric wreck picked to bits in pursuit of fire safety

By Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson
Updated March 3 2024 - 12:15pm, first published 12:09pm
A Tesla Model 3 that caught fire after being hit is teaching firefighters about the technology. (HANDOUT/EV FIRESAFE)
A Tesla Model 3 that caught fire after being hit is teaching firefighters about the technology. (HANDOUT/EV FIRESAFE)

They call it 'Testla', a $60,000 car among six electric vehicles to catch fire in Australia that could become key in dealing with future battery blazes.

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