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The Aguila Shark Seems to Slice Apart Air and Water

 - Dec 20, 2012
References: aguiladesign & yankodesign
If there happened to be a smooth transition between the realms of air and water, the Aguila Shark would surely make that separation clean. The futuristic vehicle launches itself from the lake or ocean and glides quickly and gracefully along the rift between the two.

As its speed increases, the streamlined vessel gets a bit of lift from the surface of waves with its slick form preventing hydrodynamic drag. Taking the sharp shape of a wing, the concept Aguila Shark has minimal air resistance and boasts low fuel consumption.

The bright red stingray-like watercraft has a pair of propellers at the back that help to project it forward. A tiny cabin with a rounded glass windshield keeps the driver protected but enables a brilliant view of the blurred passing landscape outside.