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It'?s a car that?s also a boat, a plane and a chopper.
Philip Pauley, the UK conceptualist, has written a car that carries a variety of caps and is transformed into a boat, airplane or chopper with the help of appendices. Halo Intersceptor is a 311 km/h four-seater stroller around which boat, airplane and chopper are constructed.
In order to switch from a super sports car to another means of transportation, the car locks into a structure attachment to operate the new boat/airplane/helicopter. While it may seem far-fetched, Pauly says that his approach is a roadmap that carmakers should adhere to and shape when the existing roads reach full potential.
Airborne automobiles are about to take off. What about a boat ride?
There are flying automobiles. While we are all waiting excitedly for automobiles to go flying, I can't help but think that it's appropriate that flying ships also have their chances to outperform. Yet despite the billion dollar investment in research and development, today's flying crafts still use turn of the millennium hydrofoil technologies.
Films attached to the bottom of a ship's body raise the ship out of the sea with increasing velocity, creating a floating effect and the delusion of an airboat. If a ship's foil is less deep than an incoming shaft, a submarine will fall into the shaft unless it decelerates significantly below its lifting velocity.
So, if there' s a car blowing up, how do we get a boat to do the same? Our planet's inland waters are undeveloped motorways, but travelling by high-speed boat or private boat is a slower (under 50mph) and often less comfortable, sea-sick journey that destroys the natural world.
This leads me to explaining the Amphfoil, a recently patent pending "flying boat" that provides progress beyond the wing boat. Amphfoil uses ocean engineering to create an electrical aeroplane that transforms with increasing velocity from a powerful performance boat to a hang-glider to a surface effect vehicle (or TIG wing to Ground Effect). The Amphfoil's capability to work in superficial effect enables it to attain velocities in excess of 100mph.
In addition to cruising above sea level and cruising ranges, one of the most crucial features of the Amphfoil is that it is not subject to air traffic control, as it has a "trim arm" that always contacts the sea and allows it to stay a boat at all moments. As the Amphfoil is rated for a 16ft to 85ft area with fully adapted interior spaces, it can be used as a super yacht, shade boat, soft sedan, high-speed cruise ship, utility ship for off-shore station or even coast defence ship for emergency use.
The Amphfoil is also "green" with its silent, low-emission, sun- and wind-powered electrical hybrids, preventing negative impact on coastlines and preventing environmental contamination. Airborne automobiles are on their way. Hopefully they're flying boots, too.