GM tries to pour water on Volt fire news, but concerns will remain

A Chevy Volt kept in a garage at the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) caught fire three weeks after crash testing. After the June incident, the NHSTA and General Motors (GM) reportedly tried to reproduce the fire in a similar way and were unsuccessful. The side-impact cras...

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