The Mini Moke is a tiny blast from the past that will never go out of fashion. While the original was built under license in both Portugal, Australia and South Africa, amazingly, you can also buy a brand new one today, as Moke International and Moke USA offers both gas-powered and electric variants. Yet just in case those amazing products wouldn't be special enough, French car/bike company Lazareth came up with the amphibious version.
Powered by a 400cc single-cylinder engine, the Lazareth Moke packs 19 horsepower for the road and 6 horses for the propeller. And because the entire thing is made of aluminum weighing 970 lbs., that's still enough for a top speed of 56 mph around the beach, or 7 knots in calm waters. In France, these numbers make this a quadricycle, meaning that you don't need a boat license to operate it. Perfection.
Funny enough, this shocking power output is paired with an automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive. On the side, it seats two, and aluminum will never rust!