Tesla knew its Model S battery had a design flaw that could lead to leaks and, ultimately, fires starting in 2012. It sold the car anyway. (TSLA)

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· As its first Model S cars were rolling out of the factory in 2012, Tesla knew they were equipped with a poorly designed battery-cooling system, susceptible to leaking coolant into the car's battery pack, according to internal emails, documents, and three people familiar with the matter.
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