A Crown Heights resident’s car was scorched — with its windows blown out and trunk lid destroyed — when a manhole exploded underneath it amid the season’s first snowstorm.

The white 2009 Toyota Camry was parked on Dean Street near Albany Avenue when the manhole fire erupted around 12:50 a.m. Tuesday, the FDNY said.

Con Edison said it’s highly likely that the fire was sparked by road salt washing into manholes and corroding wires as the storm dusted the Big Apple with about an inch of snow.

The inside of the sedan was charred and debris was strewn inside it Tuesday morning, video from the scene shows. Yellow caution tape surrounded the vehicle.

Block resident Wilfido Mazarigos, 48, said the car belongs to his son.

“My son parked this car yesterday around the afternoon,” Mazarigos said. “And around 1 a.m we heard, ‘Boom!’ We came to the window and saw smoke and my son ran out.”

Manhole explosion in Brooklyn
The car following the explosion

Paul Martinka

Manhole explosion in Brooklyn
The car following the explosion

Paul Martinka

“I don’t know what Con Edison is going to do about this,” he added. “I’m mad of course! He had his property, like his leather jackets and expensive stuff, in the trunk, his tools for work.”

There were still 23 power outages on Dean Street by late Tuesday morning, a Con Ed spokesman said. The power is expected to be fully restored by 11 p.m.

In total, 1,052 customers were without power across the five boroughs Tuesday morning — with 763 in Brooklyn and 125 of those in Crown Heights, according to the agency’s website.