SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc said it has not yet determined how a Model S sedan parked in its owner's garage in Toronto caught fire earlier this month. The fire comes a month after Tesla revamped the software and the wall adapters used to charge the batteries in its cars, following a November garage fire involving a Model S in Irvine, California. The Model S involved in the Toronto fire was not being charged, according to a media report. Tesla ...
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