I'd just drive it as is, unless you see further evidence of leakage or smell gas odors. If there were/are no codes thrown, it may be fine. Did you fill it and park on an incline in hot weather afterwards where expansion may have allowed gas to get into the canister? Your car looks new and is likely under warranty. You could always ask a dealer to inspect it so the problem's documented and they can possibly provide you with an opinion of what happened.
I likely will just drive it and keep a close eye on it. I didn't park on any inclines and the temperature is lower than normal (low 70s).
There are 2 things that stand out to me as being different: 1) The local flooding forced me out far enough to where I was finally able to fill up on the Shell v-power nitro+ I have always wanted to use. 2) I was on a road where they were tearing out the old asphalt and the bump at the end was significant but not like omg significant.
It is under warranty. I even bought the lifetime max-care. I consider it to be for emergencies only. While I have always been happy with my dealer in the end, it can be a stressful journey. Case in point: My new Pacifica (best vehicle I have ever owned, love it to death, almost like it more than my challenger) had a rattle in the sunroof area. The dealer made several attempts to repair it and each time they tried the headliner came out a little more crappy than before. After the fourth time they had to just order a new headliner due to the greasy handprints and some creasing where they pulled the back half down while leaving the front in place. I have been waiting FOREVER for the new headliner because the first two they received were damaged in transit. After that I reached out to Chrysler and a great guy from Mopar called me and personally pulled a headliner off the line and packaged it up with extra love. Now they have a good headliner. Will my van be right now? My gut says no. I had similar troubles with my old Challenger. Defective windshield replaced with non-OEM windshield so it had to be done again (the non-OEM windshield had an ugly grey stripe at the top). Windshield adhesive on the dash after that. Dented metal along the lower inner door frame after they replaced a warped rocker panel. They sent it to the body shop after I pointed it out, but still who wants that? I could go on for hours. Bottom line is I'll go if I have to, but I will exhaust any and all other options first. Twice.