When I first saw pictures of the Rinspeed sQuba car, I thought it was a clever Photoshop or some sort of concept car art piece.
However, the sQuba is real, and can both drive on land and â€œflyâ€ underwater.
Dubbed â€œthe worldâ€™s first real submersible carâ€, it features three electric motors, two Seabob jet drives, zero exhaust emissions, LED lighting technology, VDO controls that work underwater, and a fully salt-water resistant interior/exterior.
Drive it into the water and it floats along the surface like a buoy. Then, just crack the door and it sinks into the depths. Hop out though, and the driverless (diverless?) car floats to the surface automatically.
James Bond, eat your heart out.
[Via: Serious Wheels]