• Question: How will cars drive in water

    Asked by Louis to Jake on 12 Nov 2019.
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      Jake Cunningham answered on 12 Nov 2019:

      Good question draw46map, there are already a few amphibious cars around (amphibious means that it can go on land and water) although they have not become mainstream as they can be expensive and they aren’t suited for your day to day activities such as school pick-ups and shopping. The fastest amphibious car at the moment is the Gibbs Aquada. It set a new record for an amphibious car travelling the English channel in 1 hour 40 minutes and 6 seconds, not too bad. I hope that answers your question.