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The odyssey of putting out a Tesla that explodes in flames | Digital Trends Spanish

News of a Tesla vehicle engulfed in flames already seems commonplace. However, this time it does not have to do with a car that spontaneously catches fire, but a traffic accident that also ended with a burned Tesla. The event occurred in Austin, Texas, at dawn on Thursday, August 12, in which a man driving a Tesla Model X crashed into a traffic light and ended up at a gas station. The driver of the vehicle escaped and was unharmed, but the car caught fire and firefighters had several problems putting out the fire. Precisely, the fire chief explained that to turn off a conventional car, between 1,800 and 3,600 liters of water (500 to 1,000 gallons) are needed, but in the case of a Tesla those numbers increase: between 113,000 and 150,000 liters of water needed (30,000 to 40,000 gallons)...