Top 10 Amphibious Cars You Wish You Had
The sQuba, built by Swiss automaker Rinspeed and introduced at the 2008 Genevea Motor Show, is the first vehicle that can be driven on land and underwater. Yes, it was inspired by Bond’s underwater-capable Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me. It uses a chasis from the Lotus Elise and can go as deep as 33 feet (10 metres), providing the occupants with air through a built in diving regulator. The cockpit is roofless to allow easy escape in case of emergency.