Europe isn’t the only region to experience severe flooding this summer (remember the video of the flooded Audi dealership in Germany?). China also “got”: in particular, not only millions of people, but also hundreds of thousands of cars were damaged there due to cataclysms.
The photo shows about 100,000 cars (according to the calculations of local journalists), turned into drowned people. These are cars of various brands – from little-known Chinese to premium Europeans like Mercedes-Benz and Volvo. The damaged equipment is stored in a huge parking lot, which, however, is constantly replenished with new copies – car transporters arrive one after another and unload cars.
As you can see in the images, cars flooded with water and a mule are trying to “dry” – many of them have open windows, hatches and trunks. However, they are unlikely to return to their previous owners: according to the Chinese media, the drowned people will be put up for auction.
It is possible that some of the cars drowned in China will soon appear in Ukraine. Naturally, at bargain prices. So, if you plan to buy a car in the near future, be especially attentive to the models brought from China.