Background: at ~10am, I drove approx 30 miles, and parked outside in the sun for approx 2 hours. No lights, everything was normal. At 12pm, I started to drive again. Noted that it was freaking hot outside, with the outside temp on the mfd at approx 103F. While driving, I came to a red light, after coming to a full stop while chatting with my co-worker I noticed the VCS light up, followed by the ABS light, and finally the ((!)) symbol light up. Managed to (nervously) drive back, attempting to restart the car two times, and looking for codes with my scangauge. Regenerative braking was disabled while the 3 lights were on. I had the A/C on. MPG of the trip was crappy When I got to a parking garage (shaded), I went to my office, and consulted google, and the manual, then went back with a co-worker to check if the brake lights were lighting up when I push the brakes. Lo and behold, the lights disappeared, and I managed to drive home like normal... So, my question is... Should I take it to the dealer? I'm approx 1 month out of warranty. Could this be caused by the hot temps when it was parked outside?