Zany aqua-car actually works

Drive on in, the water is fine.

Push the blue land/water button as you drive down the boat ramp and as soon as the car reaches two feet of water, the wheels fold up under the wheel wells, the red and green navigation lights switch on and more than 2,000 pounds of thrust rumble in waiting.

This is the way I traveled Friday in the Aquada, an innovative amphibious three-seater that holds its own by land and sea.

Neil Jenkins, president and CEO of Gibbs Technologies, gently touched the accelerator as we headed out into Orchard Lake. He wasn’t worried about the Aquada’s seaworthiness, but rather the Oakland County Sheriff watching nearby from his patrol boat.

Full article:  Detroit News

One Response to “Zany aqua-car actually works”

  1. Fred the dude! Says:

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    Great blog post, keep up the good work as its rare to find good posts latelly due to all the damn spam etc, thanks for a great read and take care!

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