LONDON – Gibbs Technologies Ltd. here lifts the initial veil of secrecy around its highly publicized Aquada amphibian car that skims a 30 mph (48 km/h) on water and up to 100 mph (161 km/h) on land. Aquada with wheels retracted. Although an amphibian vehicle intrinsically is a technical curiosity, Aquada adds another dimension with a complex multilink suspension design that allows its wheels to retract fully into body recesses, enabling the hull to plane on the water surface ...

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