Relax, It Was a Run-of-the-Mill Car Fire

Tesla Model S fire

If a Ford catches on fire, people assume it was an accident, and the incident barely registers a blip on the radar of car blogs and news sites. The company’s stock certainly feels no repercussions.

If a Tesla catches on fire, the news media explodes like a Fisker battery pack, and the stock takes a significant hit.

Why the difference?

Because people are looking for the downfall of Tesla. They anticipate one problem sitting just under the surface, unseen, until it erupts in a ball of flames for the world see.

Those people thought it finally happened when a Tesla Model S caught fire in a sleepy suburb of Seattle.

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