As Tesla (TSLA) continues testing at the Nürburgring track in Germany, one of its Model S Plaid cars hasn’t been seen on the track as of late. The car was reportedly involved in a crash on Friday, which has taken it off the oval for the time being.

The red Model S Plaid was one of at least two electric vehicles that Tesla had been testing at Nürburgring at the time of the accident with the other vehicle being a Model S Plaid with a blue exterior paint.

The red Model S Plaid car was being driven by Thomas Mutsch at the time of the incident, InsideEVs reported. Mutsch reportedly lost control of the car during the wet conditions on the track, causing the vehicle to wreck.

There was no word on whether Mutsch suffered any injuries or on the extent of the EVs' damage from the crash.

According to the news outlet, the Model S Plaid has not officially clocked an official time but by hand-timed accounts it has marked a lap of 7:23 at its quickest. Tesla said it could cut that time to 7:05 during testing this month, according to Inside EVs.

Shares of Tesla stock were down 0.22 percent as of 1:22 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

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Tesla cars have the quality and utility which makes its high resale value reasonable. Pictured: A Tesla Model S car is displayed at a Tesla showroom on November 5, 2013 in Palo Alto, California. Tesla will report third quarter earnings today after the closing bell. Getty Images/Justin Sullivan