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story.lead_photo.caption Federal safety inspectors are examining whether design of the Tesla Model S and its advanced lithium-ion battery pack — seen here at the Tesla Motor Co. assembly plant in Fremont, Calif. — are behind two recent battery fires. - Photo by Bloomberg News / NOAH BERGER

A federal safety investigation of the Tesla Motors electric Model S sedan announced last week comes at a critical juncture for the car and the company.

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Business, Pages 22 on 11/25/2013

Print Headline: Tesla fire inquiry to focus on battery

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