At 18 degrees below freezing, the conditions inside the chamber were cold enough to freeze rubber. On top of that, the car was sprayed with water before the unit was switched on so that a sheet of ice would form over the body. This is also the longest that a vehicle has spent in the icy chamber, but even with all these factors at play, a high-speed test by a professional stunt driver 12 hours after the car was stored in the freezer couldn’t bring about any faults. The climate control system fired up just as quickly as the engine and quickly created a comfortable environment for the driver. With such an impressive result, it goes to show that Lexus owners aren’t bluffing when they boast about their cars’ reliability. Great job from Lexus.