Kona EV fires in Norway &Korea +

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Hyundai Kona EV catches fire in Norway. Fire service dips it in water container
24 Jun 2021 ... a tweet by Oslo police, the cause of the fire is unknown. Also, there was no injury or any other safety concerns reported beyond the presence of smoke. The firefighters were able to control the fire after spraying water on it and then covering it in a fire blanket. After that, a large contained with water was brought to the place and the electric SUV was hoisted up and submerged inside the container, as reported by Avisa Oslo ...

2 more Hyundai Motor Kona Electric SUVs catch fire
June 24, 2021 ... Hyundai Motor Kona Electric SUVs are spontaneously combusting in and out of Korea once again despite a massive fire-related recall initiated early this year. A Kona Electric SUV was found to have caught fire in Boryeong, South Chungcheong, on June 18. The vehicle was equipped an LG Energy Solution battery but was not a model subject to the earlier recall ...  

Hyundai Kona Electric Fires In Norway And Korea Cause Concern
Jun 23, 2021 ... The automaker had recalled 77,000 units for fire hazard last October.
Despite a recall of 77,000 vehicles last October, Hyundai is still apparently suffering from the specter of battery fires. The latest Hyundai Kona Electric Car-B-Q appears to have taken place in Olso, Norway on morning of the 21st ....
(translate.google  OPS Police Oslo @oslopolitiops · Jun 23
#Oslo. Båhusveien. The emergency services are on site in connection with a report of a fire in an electric car. There is control on site and it is not burning now. Some smoke still from the car. No danger of spreading. Unknown cause of fire.
3:32 AM · Jun 23, 2021)



Kiwi ice-drivers paying for NZ EV rebates

New Zealand government to pay $6,000 rebate to EV buyers — and ICE drivers will pay for it
2021-06-15 ... The Kiwis are trying to catch up ... To boost the adoption of electric and low emission vehicles, the government announced yesterday its Clean Car Discount package, which offers significant subsidies to prospective EV owners ... New Zealanders buying an imported new EV will receive a rebate of $6,166, and those buying an imported second-hand EV will get a rebate of $2,466 ...




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