Bored of just driving your supercar around on land? Then hit the water with the Undersea Aquahover. With this personal submarine, diving has become a thing of yesterday when you can ditch the wetsuits and oxygen tanks, while riding around underwater in relative comfort.
American retailer Hammacher Schlemmer, which is selling the submersible, claims that operating the Aquahover requires “no more skill than driving a car”, thanks to its fly-by-wire controls. There’s also no need to adjust its ballast (the mechanism that causes a submarine to sink or float) thanks to its fixed positive buoyancy and six 400-rpm, 1.2-kilowatt ducted propellers distributed both on the front and rear of the vehicle.