The battery was probably lit by the vehicle. The incident was shot by a security camera.
One of Tesla's electric cars lit up at the weekend as it had to be parked in an underground car park without an engine. The case had to happen in Shanghai, CNBC reported.
Specifically, it is a Model S electric vehicle. Tesla himself responds to the Weibo Chinese social network incident, stating that fortunately no one has died and the manufacturer immediately sends a team of investigators to check the situation. At the same time, the carmaker cooperates with local authorities.
Check out the CNBC report that includes incidents security cameras:
The fire also had to completely destroy two other cars parked beside Tesla's fire, Reuters reported.