Swiss automaker Rinspeed is aiming to create one of these “water cars”. It’s naming its version the “sQuba”. The sQuba tops out at 3 mph on water’s surface and 1.8 mph underwater. It can dive up to 30 feet.
There are vehicles that can move both on water and on land, they’re called amphibious vehicles. A lot of amphibious vehicles got there start in World War 2 and other subsequent wars. Nowadays, they can be used as tourist attractions, giving land-based and aquatic tours of a city. These are called “Duck Tours” in most places.
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