Calvin Kim, a Porsche spokesman, told Automotive News the automaker was made aware of the incident on Feb. 16. One of its Taycan electric cars was parked overnight at a residential address, he said.
"We are investigating, and we remain ready to assist if called upon," Kim said. "We are relieved to hear that no one was harmed in this incident and that it's too early to speculate on the cause until the investigation has concluded."
Porsche, the high-performance sports-car brand of Germany's Volkswagen Group, launched the Turbo and Turbo S versions in the U.S. market in December 2019, with a lower-priced base model expected this fall.