From 0 to 100 in 8 seconds, from land to sea in 12
The Aquada can go as fast as 160 kilometers on dry and 45 kmph on the water. The 70 Gibbs' engineers did a good job with design too: Aquada has sport look and it is practically the same when converted to a boat. Its 175hp engine and jet propulsion system are powerful enough to tow a water skier.
Aquada certainly is the faster amphibian and deserves the adjective "sport", but the feeling of driving the car/boat wherever you like is hard to beat. The price in US is expected to be near $100,000 in 2009 when shipment begins. Before going into water remember that you need a boat license, too. ■
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