The Tesla Model 3 impressed in its crash results; climate change gave Europe some record-breaking heat; and WIRED's got some tips and deals for your holiday weekend.
In crash testing, the Model 3 got a score of 96 percent for how it protects adults, 86 percent for keeping kids safe, and 74 percent for how it treats "vulnerable road users" like pedestrians.
According to our writer, ones that use closed-cell foam (which is dense and rigid and keeps the gas bubbles away from each other) are more effective than open-cell foam (where the gas bubbles are in contact, making it easier for heat to pass through).
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