Buick has released a cringe-worthy video which highlights the testing of the 2016 Cascada.

Buick has released a cringe-worthy video which highlights the testing of the 2016 Cascada.

In the clip, we can see the convertible being subjected to a water test booth which has at least 124 individual nozzles that each emit 1.9 gallons of water every minute.  The test lasts for a total of 10 minutes and each minute the car is sprayed with the equivalent of 1.23 inches of rain.  The latter figures matches a world record set in Unionville, Mayland in 1956.

According to Cascada quality manager John Dolch, Convertibles are best enjoyed when it’s warm and sunny, but Cascada has been designed and engineered to be used year-round, regardless of the weather." He went on to say "Not only is Cascada’s top engineered to be weatherproof in extreme conditions, but each and every Cascada built will also be put through a rigorous water test.”

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