Arnoud van den Heuvel
June 19th 2007


Oh yes, it's a car alright! A High Speed Amphibian. Simply press a button and drive into the water. The wheels automatically rise and as you press the accelerator nearly a tonne of thrust pushes the Aquada onto the plane. The whole process takes less than 12 seconds. It can plane at over 30mph. And look at the positioning of the driver's seat... the two babes on both sides must have fallen out OHW NO somebody warn this lonely millionair!! | video1 | video2 | more videos | Related posts: Who wants to drive in a fish? | Sexy car

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Posted 20/06/2007 – 16:41

I don't think its not about commercial / noncommercial. I do agree we might be less critical on the current post if it would have been about some vague artist who made some statement by building a car that is a boat as well. That would be wrong. We don't want to turn the nextnature blog into an average art blog hey?. Overall it is just hard to see how this post connects to the changing relation between culture and nature..

Posted 20/06/2007 – 13:10

This border-discussion suddenly becomes a bit vague, because it appears that so called 'gadgets' and commercial-tech items like the Aquada (a product designed to expand peoples territory; browse both land and water with one machine) are not on topic, while f.e. arty TV helmets and XXXL LED-screens are more relevant? Do I sense an aversion towards the commercial side of subjects? Because this should not have to matter in this blog. Commercialism could very much change the course of life as we know it into the next nature.
Posted 19/06/2007 – 22:48

General remark for all bloggers: Lets not turn the nextnature blog into an average tech / media / lifestyle magazine, there is enough of that already. If posts are on the border of the topic please try to describe why you think they are relevant or what is fascinating about them in respect to next nature. Thanks

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