NYSE-listed Chinese EV maker NIO is recalling almost 5,000 of its flagship ES8 all-electric SUVs due to its batteries made by China’s CATL overheating and spontaneously combusting

Posted by on June 27, 2019 7:36 pm
Categories: Batteries Batteries & Battery Materials Electric Vehicles Electric Vehicles & EV Charging

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As reported by Quartz: “Chinese electric-car manufacturer NIO, which went public in New York last year, is recalling around 4,800 units of its flagship electric SUV after the model caught fire or sputtered smoke in multiple incidents in recent months…”

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