Fast Track Amphibious Vehicle Powered by a 300hp engine this Amphibious vehicle called Fast Track can go up to 40mph on water and 55mph on land. VIDEO-> Via Engadget Facebook Prev Article Next Article Cars Checkout these cool gadgets... Related Posts First Driverless Electric Race Car Why you shouldn’t drive slowly in the left lane New James Bond car revealed GM Unveils a Car Without a Steering Wheel Illegal Street Drifting by Crazy Driver Here’s a Tour of a $350,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith 4 Comments Chad March 2, 2007 thats great, if they could only make it louder… then it would be perfect. I so wanted him to pull those skiers on to land. Keith March 8, 2007 For the record; it has gone 39 mph on water and as of 3/5/07 has gone 65 mph on land with 148 HP. We expect it will go 60 on water and over 80 on land when we install the 300+ HP Aluminum 350 engine. The 350 engine will be much more queit than the tune piped (read loud) snowmobile engine it has now. Matbe we can install a killer stereo to get the noise leave up enough to suit you. matt August 23, 2007 The Brits have an amphibious sports car called the Aquadica for 500,000#s. The car goes well over 100mph on land and handles much better on H2O than that flick. Do a Google search. bansheephreak December 31, 2009 I just saw those speed specs on another site(the new ones). 80 would be crazy on tracks. What an amazing machine. If I was financially stable I’d drive my dually to texas just to bring one home to Indiana. I’m so glad to see that they switched to a 4 cycle engine, but I don’t understand why not like a thousand cc 4 cycle snowmobile engine(preferfably with turbo) which doesn’t come close to the weight of the small block but still with awesome power. Power to weight ratio I would think would be pretty good. I say that engine, a heat exchanger like the old 4cyl mercs, and a radiator with some air shrouds to help feed it since it would be enclosed(if I had my way).