Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike Pre-Order
Latvia-based Zeltini first debuted the Z-Triton in 2020, but now, two-years later, the production model has been revealed and is available for pre-order. Introducing the Z-Triton 2.0, the world’s first amphibious camper-trike that also doubles as a micro shelter. Simply put, the wheels can lock into tricycle mode, but in water, wheels flip up, bouy floats are deployed, and it can be used as a boat. Best of all, the entire conversion from bike to boat takes just 5-minutes.



Should you need to rest between traveling and relaxing on a lake, the cozy cabin is large enough for up to two people. Power comes from an electric boat motor and an e-bike assistance motor. Other features include integrated solar roof panels, a Li-ion battery pack, cooling / heating options, USB charging, GPS, and a stereo sound system. One caveat: it’ll cost you at least $16,500 USD, and that’s not including shipping.

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Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike
Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike
Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike
Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike
Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike
Zeltini Z-Triton 2.0 Amphibious Camper-Trike

After completing the first prototype in 2020 the product received a massive public interest, the first pre-orders came in and the first world-renowned impact investors joined in to help completing the company’s mission to revolutionize the way people travel and explore the outdoors. Although fully functional, the first prototype demonstrated that improvements needed to be made before the product could hit mass production. Step by step, a team of changemakers and top engineers was formed and within 14 months of hard R&D work, the new iteration was created,” said the company.

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