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Video: One Of World's Fastest Amphibious Cars Now For Sale

The 'Sea Lion' capable of 125 mph on land, 60 mph in the water

Building an amphibious car has been one of the more vexing challenges for transportation engineers over the years. Some are fast on land and slow in the water. Vice versa on others. It's hard to build a vehicle capable of handling both modes.

eBay Find of the Day: Amphibious Fiat 850 barchetta

One-off amphibious 1975 Fiat 850 - Click above for full image gallery

$85k Gibbs aquatic car could be built in Auburn Hills, MI

Gibbs Technologies, makers of vehicles like the Aquada seen above, has managed to snag tax breaks from both the state of Michigan and the city of Auburn Hills to open its world headquarters near Detroit, the U.S. capitol for automakers. While we're sure that Michigan's Oakland County is happy to see Gibbs' investment in the area and the additional jobs it'll bring along with it, one must wonder just how many $85,000 aquatic vehicles the company plans to sell to sustain itself. Though it's headqu

Saleen tapped to develop amphibious vehicles for Gibbs

It's been just about a year since we last heard anything about the Gibbs Aquada, which should be coming to American roads and shores near you shortly. Last we heard, Gibbs was looking for an American partner and a place to get some engineering work and production done. At least one of those goals seems to have been met, as