The Gibbs Aquada is a high speed amphibian vehicle developed by Gibbs Technologies. It is capable of speeds over 100 mph on land and 30 mph on water. It uses revolutionary technology, combining the design of boats and wheeled vehicles to create a unique and effective vehicle. Rather than adding wheels to a boat design, or creating a car that floats, the Aquada was designed from the ground up to perform reasonably in both fields.
In 2004 Richard Branson, billionaire owner of the Virgin Group, set a new record for crossing the English Channel between England and France on water (as opposed to through the Channel Tunnel or via air) in the Aquada, in 1 hour and 40 minutes.
The car is often compared to the submarine car in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. The car cost 250,000 US dollars.