Neta cars continue to catch fire on their own. Owners report charging issues

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Total deliveries have already exceeded 270 thousand units

On April 1, a Neta electric car caught fire on a street in Zhejiang, China. The owner of the car was driving at the time of the incident. He suddenly heard extraneous sounds, and then found that the car was starting to smoke. The man stopped and quickly got out of the car.

Currently, the investigation is still ongoing, while Neta has not made any official statements. This incident raised public concern about the safety of Neta vehicles. The matter is that it not the first case of ignition of the car of Neta.

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Neta cars continue to catch fire on their own. Owners report charging issues

In February this year in Shenzhen, China, a Neta S car spontaneously caught fire while charging. According to eyewitnesses, it took about 1 minute from the appearance of smoke to ignition. In addition, in April last year, a Neta U car spontaneously caught fire in the garage of a residential area in the Chinese province of Guangdong.

On April 2, Neta announced that it had delivered 10,087 vehicles to the market in March. As of March 2023, Neta has shipped a total of 274,226 vehicles. Against the backdrop of rising sales, there are more and more reports of problems with charging.

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