The Amphicar is an innovative and classic car brand manufactured by the German company Quandt Group from 1961 to 1968. It's the first mass-market car that can be amphibious.
The Amphicar had a four-cylinder engine and could reach speeds up to 65 mph on land, with a top speed of 7 mph in the water.
It had a steel body with a fiberglass-reinforced plastic hull.
The Amphicar used two stainless steel propellers to power it in the water.
It had two reverse gears to help maneuver the car in the water.
The Amphicar had an exhaust pipe that could be sealed to reduce noise underwater.
The Amphicar was available in four colors: ivory, light blue, aqua, and marvelous magenta.
It had two fuel tanks, one for gasoline and another for a mixture of oil and gas.
The Amphicar had a total length of 14 feet and could carry up to four passengers.
It was built with a floating suspension system, which allowed it to stay afloat.
The Amphicar was sold in the United States and other countries around the world.