Reported In Auto News, Porsche spokesman Achim Schneider said that the fire occurred on Tuesday, June 25th and in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
As a result of the fire damage causes loss of nearly 1 million euros.
However, Porsche dodge that the fire was related to the technology in their engines that could cause a fire.
Expected sources of fire coming from the gauges are in the hood, but there is no connection between the fire and the vehicle powertrain technology.
Porsche also did not say what model of the burning car, but they confirmed that the new car was a prototype and not necessarily for sale bulk.
Porsche itself is rumored to be the new generation mamasarkan their cars as the latest Panamera in July, the 918 Spyder hybrid supercar is expected later this year and a new sports car in the Porsche 911 and the Tigers.
Meanwhile, sales for itself, Porsche reported in May last successfully managed to sell 15,020 units or an increase of 13 percent compared to May 2012.
From January to May, a car manufacturer based in Stuttgart managed to sell 67,261 units of vehicles and an increase of 19 percent compared to the same period in year 2012.
In the United States (U.S.) itself Porsche sold 3,927 units, up 40 percent, 3,206 units in China, up 6 percent and in Europe declined 2.6 percent to 5,034 units.