The Chevrolet Volt caught fire after the crash test NHTSA

3 weeks ago, the NHTSA, the corresponding American organization like the European Euro NCAP, try the Chevrolet Volt, side impact, and according to Bloomberg, the Volt's battery caught fire 3 weeks after the crash test, the fire is large enough to burn and the cars parked within walking distance of the Volt.

This led to the federal government to further examine the safety of electric car sold in America. The General Motors after the publication of the event, issued a press release which clarified that the Volt is a safe car, and that according to the NHTSA, there is no greater fire hazard than a petrol car.

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