Nope, Mythbusters busted this one. It must be over 300 degrees F for a can of soda or aerosol to explode, and your car definitely won’t get that hot in the sun
It is possible for soda cans to blow up in a hot car. The liquid inside of the can expands when it is heated, causing it to push against the metal that is containing it. This pressure then creates an explosion.
I saw that episode of Mythbusters. It is possible for a soda can to explode, but it has to get over 300 degrees in your car. These circumstances are a little too extreme for a car.
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