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Ride from Land to Sea in the Mini Moke Amphibie Lazareth

by Conner Flynn
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Check out the Mini Moke Amphibie Lazareth, which looks like part Jeep, part golf cart, and part kids’ toy. This tiny amphibious vehicle is built from aluminum with a 400cc Euro 4 engine that can propel it up to 90km/h (56 mph). The best part is that it only takes a few seconds transition before you can drive into the water.

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Once in the water, a propeller pushes the Mini Moke around at 7 knots (8 mph). So it isn’t fast, but who cares when you have your own personal amphibious vehicle. Nothing beats driving in a lake. The Mini Moke starts at around €42,000 (~$48,000 USD).

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So, basically is for rich people who want to take a fake Jeep for a swim. Because this is what rich people do.

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[via Luxatic via Geekologie]



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