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An all-electric Porsche Taycan in Florida caught fire on Sunday, the company has confirmed to The Verge. It’s the first known case of a Taycan catching fire, and Porsche says the cause is unknown at this time. No one was hurt in the fire, though significant damage was apparently done to both the car and the garage.
Porsche would not specify where the fire took place in Florida, but it said that the car belonged to a customer and that it was informed of the fire through its customer care line. (Footage of the fire also went viral over the weekend.) Porsche started delivering Taycans in the US at the end of 2019.
“On Sunday, 16th February we were made aware of an incident at a residential address in Florida where one of our cars was parked…