Powered by a 300hp engine, the Fast Track Amphibious vehicle is capable of traveling at 39mph on water and 55mph on land. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced. Video after the jump.

If that’s not enough, the team’s also going to have a go at the world water speed record for amphibious vehicles later this year, hoping that a 350 horsepower Corvette engine will give ’em the necessary edge

[via Engadget]

Powered by a 300hp engine, the Fast Track Amphibious vehicle is capable of traveling at 39mph on water and 55mph on land. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced. Video after the jump.

If that’s not enough, the team’s also going to have a go at the world water speed record for amphibious vehicles later this year, hoping that a 350 horsepower Corvette engine will give ’em the necessary edge

[via Engadget]