ANYONE who knows a thing or two about cars will tell you that their electronics and floods don’t have the greatest of relationships.
Germany and parts of Belgium are experiencing severe flooding they have in decades, after record rainfall this week.
They resulted in more than 100 deaths, with about 1 300 people still missing and the military force contributing to the rescue missions.
A video from the Audi Zentrum dealership in Leverkusen shows the aftermath of the flooding, with several models being destroyed from the huge volume of water rushing from the streets.
Carscoops reports that people who visited a dealership one day after the flooding witnessed many cars destroyed.
Due to water movement, many cars landed on each other. And all of them looked completely destroyed as the flooding seriously affected their engine, interior upholstery and electronics.