At some point in history, someone decided that having an Amphibious car would be cool. Amphibious vehicles have been around since the 18th century, in the form of carriages and such. Over the years, the use and progress, technologically, of these vehicles has been targeted toward military purposes.
Despite the fact that the market for people who feel the urge to both drive a car and a boat at the same time is limited, some incredible vehicles and designs have been brought to civilian use. For tourist uses, for example, is the AmphiBus.
Still, rich people don’t want commoners with them when they hang out and travel. That’s why the next bunch of cars were developed.
Amphibious With Style
The Amphicar was Amphibious automobile mass-produced for sale to the public, starting in 1961. Production continued for seven years, with nearly 4000 cars being built. It’s considers a prized novelty collectible these days.
An incredible vehicle that can reach speed of over 100 miles on land and 26 knots on the water. Unlike may over Amphibious vehicles, the Aquada was designed from the ground up to perform very well in both fields.
The Gibbs Quadski can reach speeds of 45 miles per hour on both land and water and is the first personal off-road vehicle to make a seamless high-speed transition between land and water.