This isn't the teeth of a machine, the chainmail shirt your cousin uses for larping, or the DNA sequence of Justin Bieber's love child.
What you're looking at is a fleet of hundreds of new Hondas, submerged by the horrible flooding in Thailand. The factory resides in the Ayutthaya province and Honda says that clean up work is already underway as the water recedes. They added that it'll take some time before production is back to normal. No amount of VTEC will get you out of this mess. [Reuters via Design You Trust]
Image: Damir Sagolj
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