Tesla Motors (TSLA) has recalled its Roadster 2.0 and 2.5 models, after an incident in which an auxiliary cable chafed against a carbon fiber panel, causing a short, smoke and possible fire behind the vehicle’s right-front headlamp. The recall includes around 36% of all the cars Tesla has ever sold, based on disclosed data through June 30th. That 36% only works out to 439 actual vehicles. So this is not a huge recall.
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