Watercar Python based on Corvette Powered Amphibious Hot Rod (+video)

5 10 2009

California-based company that produce fastest amphibious vehicle, presented the newest WaterCar’s concept called Python. It’sbased on Corvette ZR1 and powered by a Corvette V8 engines ranging from a station LS1 all the way up to GM’s hottest 6.2-liter supercharged LS9 that makes 640HP.

WaterCar Python img_1 | AutoWorld

Weighing in at 3,800 lbs or 1,725 kg, the Python is said to be able to range top speeds in surfeit of 60mph (97km/h) on the water and 100mph (160 km/h) on land. The maker also claims that the amphibious vehicle can accelerate from nothing to 60mph (96km/h) in 4.5 seconds and hit the district mile indicator in around 12.5 seconds.

Read more (details + photos + video)!!

WaterCar trumpets that the transformation from car-to-boat is immediate as the only thing that the driver has to do is put the transmission in neutral then engage the jet, and promote a knob to mention the wheels. When coming out of the water, the driver has to rearrange the process.

The guests say that the Python hand built to order and can be customized right up to the correct post of the seats and pedals with buyers vacant a range of more than 60,000 exterior shades and 4,000 interior ensign. However, bring in demur that neither a sensitive/hard top or air-situation is untaken at this time.

If you propose on wholesale one, be warned that prices for quite customized and completed examples begin off from a beefy $200,000 or about €137,000.



3 responses

6 10 2009
Cheap used cars

Except the horrible dodge ram corvette hybrid look, thats looks awesome

20 10 2009

Thank you

1 04 2017
Nway Ko Ko

Could you please let me know how to contact you? I’m just want to know detail about the car. Especially wish to buy, not me one of my client.
Nway Ko Ko

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