Cool US Navy photo of an amphibious assault vehicle being launched from the the USS Bataan. If the Battlestar Galactica were an earthbound aircraft carrier, this photo would be equivalent of a Raptor launching from one of its belly.
The Warthog might be Master Chief's vehicle of choice in the Halo games, but once he sees the amphibious Scamander, we suspect he'll be putting in an official requisition for a new ride.
Forget about finding a boat launch to easily slip the Iguana 29' into the water. Tucked away against its hull are a set of retractable caterpillar treads that let it drive in and out under its own power.
Because nothing says relaxation like sitting in a white bubble in the middle of a lake, the Sealander amphibious camping trailer combines the awkwardness of hauling a trailer with the potential water crisis of tipping over in a lake.
Glasgow's Dutch-built "amfibus" resumed testing today after being grounded for an unnecessarily deployed airbag. From the video on BBC's website, it looks just like a big yellow schoolbus, but runs in liquid and allows writers to make water puns.
You're looking at the fastest, highest-performing amphibious vehicle ever built. The Python jets along at 60 mph on water, and on land, goes from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds. Oh, and it's actually now available for anyone to buy.
I suddenly got that Lollipop song in my head—Water car water car ooooh water water car—so let's make this short and sweet. What you see here is an amphibious car that can can go really fast and even has its own website. Go ahead and play it a few times and they try to get that stupid song out of your head. Water car!…