[GR]L9oTLMwpTbc[\/GR]\r\nIf you've seen the movie Swordfish starring John Revolta, then you might be familar with the brand of car called TVR. \u00a0Putting aside that we now know you wasted the better part of 2-hours, we're gonna assume that you've not heard of it's founder,\u00a0Peter Wheeler, or a vehicle called the\u00a0Scamander, an all terrain vehicle that is, well, for lack of better words, quite versatile.\r\n\r\nThe\u00a0Scamander is powered by a 300-hp, V6 engine, as found in many a TVR vehicle. \u00a0It boasts an automatic gearbox, a suspension that has it on par with probably some of the best off-roading vehicles, and a 0-60 in roughly 8-seconds. \u00a0Not too shabby, and let's not put aside that this Halo looking vehicle can hit a top speed of 120mph. \u00a0But that's all on land. \u00a0Say what?!\r\n\r\nHidden at the rear of the\u00a0Scamander is a\u00a0impeller, which is something like a propeller, but for the sake of simplicity sucks in water to move a vehicle in a forward\u00a0trajectory\u00a0while afloat. \u00a0As you'll see in the above video it's capable of off-roading, driving on tarmac, and transitioning seemlessly into a sea worthy like ship. \u00a0If you've already watched the video, then you'll know that all that fan noise is a result of a completely sealed engine compartment. \u00a0Without those fans the Scamander would over heat and nor would it be water tight, so it's a caveat we're willing to except.\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, Wheeler passed away before the project was complete. \u00a0Nevertheless, his wife\u00a0and a team of engineers made sure the Scamander saw road, or should we say water time. \u00a0We're thinking Sea Lion vs Scamander. \u00a0Any takers?