Underwater Car |Rinspeed sQuba

Rinspeed sQuba Underwater Concept Car

squba1lhmThis seemed like a joke at first, but truly Rinspeed, a Swiss company known for their innovative and out-of-the-box designs, has created a car that goes from land to sea in seconds. An all-electric car with one motor for land and two to propel it underwater, this beauty will put the sea in your grasp while riding in style. A salt-resistant interior, on-board breathing apparatus which acts much like scuba gear, open cockpit for safety and viewing pleasure, as well as a laser sensor system for driver-less motoring, Rinspeed seems to have thought of it all! Take the sQuba for a spin … and then a dip. If you are as surprised as I was that this really exists and works underwater check out the gallery below — you won’t believe your eyes.

Source/Article | Luxist (This website no longer exists.)

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I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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3 Responses to Underwater Car |Rinspeed sQuba

  1. c says:

    Looks like a Lotus…but this is definitely a cool idea. 

  2. the says:

    I wonder if this is really real?  That would be great, I guess.  I doubt if I’d get one, but the idea seems wild and crazy.  Nice find.  Peace.

  3. Styln says:

    This is a real car/sub.  I saw it on tv and it works! The thing is that, this is the only one.  I’m sure they’re taking orders but, it’s not yet in production. I think it’s soooo cool!

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