Volkswagen’s latest production cars have had no visible damage from the airbag inflight fire, according to a company spokesman.
The car maker has yet to reveal details of the fire that killed 14 people at the company’s Wolfsburg factory on Sunday.
The blaze broke out at around 10.30am local time (0230 GMT), burning for more than three hours before it was extinguished.
The fire is the second major airbag manufacturing accident in the VW plant since March.
The company has said it will offer full compensation to the families of those killed, although it is yet to disclose how much.
VW was forced to suspend production at its Wolfsburg plant last week after an internal fire at the same plant earlier this year, which left five people dead.
Volkswagen has been accused of being slow to repair the cars and has said that the latest problem is “an anomaly” and not related to the airbags.
It has also insisted that the new model cars can withstand a fire.