John Hinton's Amphibious Vehicle is a Multifunctional Marvel

By: manzil - Published: Nov 30, 2010 • References: metro
John Hinton has created an amphibious vehicle from a sit-on lawnmower and a boat. Dubbed as 'Shortcutter,' the vehicle moves at a maximum speed of 9kph on the roads and swaps its route for water cruises.

There are many more features to be added to this amphibious vehicle, which "could revolutionize the ways of travel." It took nearly two years and cost £1,000 to develope the 'Shortcutter.' John is even in touch with automotive mega brand Honda for a possible mass production of his vehicle in the near future. Stats for Triple-Function Transportation Trending: Older & Chilly
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