Police in the eastern Chinese city of Putian have launched an investigation into a case accusing Chinese EV maker Nio of tampering with vehicle data after a fatal crash, Chinese media reported on Sunday. On Aug. 12, 31-year-old Lin Wenqin died in a car crash while driving a Nio ES8 with its driver-assistance feature activated. Lin’s family called the police on Aug. 17 and accused Nio of tampering with and destroying data from the crashed vehicle. The family shared with Chinese media documents on Sunday that show the police had accepted the family’s case. Nio released a statement on Aug. 16 denying the allegations. [Sina Tech, in Chinese]