I Want One: The Mini Moke Amphibie Lazareth, A Little Amphibious Jeep-Like Vehicle

July 12, 2017

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This is the Mini Moke Amphibie Lazareth, the lovechild of a steamy threeway between a Jeep, a golf cart, and a dinghy. The all-aluminum vehicle sports a teensy 400cc Euro 4 engine capable of propelling the precious lil bugger up to 90km/h (~56MPH). And, with just a few seconds transition, can drive into the water where a propeller can push the Mini Moke around in a body of water at 7 knots (~8MPH). You ever made love in an amphibious vehicle in the middle of a lake before? Me neither, but I'd like to try. *adds to bucket list between 'Don't go back to jail' and 'Rob a bank'* Unfortunately, the Mini Moke is made to order and starts at around €42,000 (~$48,000), making it significantly cheaper to attempt making love in a canoe. But not TO a canoe, because that would mean it has a hole in it. And you know what they say about boats with holes -- they sink. "You're saying they'll go down on you." I'm calling your parents.

Keep going for a handful more shots and a video of the sweet little bastard in action. Official site HERE if you want to buy me one and make me the happiest boy in the world for an afternoon.

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Thanks to Adrian, who heard James Bond bought all of his illegitimate children these for their birthdays.

  • Mark

    Second to last picture.....have you ever been stalked by a guy in a canoe?

  • Bling Nye

    That's not a canoe, that's GW and his peener.

  • Geekologie

    good eye

  • Jenness

    This reminds me of the Amphicars. I want one of these so bad! One went across the English Channel! http://www.amphicars.com/ and here's a cool one going fast into the water. They are so awesome! https://www.youtube.com/wat...

  • GeneralDisorder

    I like the Rinnspeed Splash. It's an amphibious hydrofoil.

    https://www.youtube.com/wat...

  • WOULD RIDE.

    (The vehicle too!)

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