The Ultimate RV: The Terra Wind Amphibious Motorcoach
You’re in your boat, fishing with your buddies when you see something unusual coming your way. “This can’t be true,” you think. Could this be an illusion? Is it all in your head? The possibility of what you see before you seems impossible. It’s not in your head, which is a relief, as your friends race to your side, their eyes wide and mouths gaping.
At seeing your friends and yours surprised expression, the beast-sized submarine stops near you. The windows roll down and a friendly face peaks out of it. He tells you that it’s not a submarine he’s driving, but it’s an RV known as the Terra Wind Amphibious Motorcoach. An RV built to drive on the roads and float on water. It’s an out of this world invention, which will satisfy both land lovers and sea lovers. And it’s really sweet.
What is the Purpose of this Fantastic Invention?
Well, one purpose is it’s obviously awesome. Who wouldn’t want to have an amphibious RV? Think of the possibilities. It’s a Terra Wind Amphibious Motorcoach, a vehicle that’s a hybrid boat, RV all-in-one.
What Features will You Find in this One of a Kind Wonder?
Are you prepared to hear about all the fantastic features this incredible RV holds? The one of a kind wonder that continues to amaze people works its magic again on them by offering tons of features. It’s equipped with a GPS so you always know where you’re on road and in the water. Entertainment features such as DVD, CD, and VHS players so you can dance to your favorite song.
For long journeys, there’s a fridge, washer, dryer, shower, and 8-jet whirlpool tub. Do you feel like sitting back while your family fishes? You can sit back and watch your favorite shows on a 42-inch Plasma TV while your family fishes from a built-in, 6-foot swim deck. Don’t worry about this half submarine and half car slowing you down, as it’s decked out with “Need for Speed” features.
What Went on in the Engineering Room?
The Terra Wind is as smooth and flawless on the roads as its on water, and the engineers made sure of that. They equipped the “mother of all RVs” with a sophisticated motor that goes up to 80 miles per hour and up to seven knots on the water. The vehicle is designed using a Caterpillar 7.2-liter engine producing 330 horsepower, Neway front and rear air suspension, and Allison 6-speed automatic transmission that work collectively to make the journey smooth and reliable. On the water, a marine drive transmission, aluminum hull, and one touch rudder control makes maneuvering the RV an extraordinarily simple process. If the outside of the vehicle is impressive, check the interior of the vehicle to be more amazed.
When you’re inside the vehicle, navigating your way on the roads and water, you’ll literally get the feeling that you’ve walked into the bridge of a ship. As the captain of the ship, you’ll be in charge of controlling the system controls and instrument gauges, the computer system with internet access, moving maps, GPS, and navigational charts. In case of an emergency, you’ll be protected, as the RV has a three-zone bilge pump system and two automatic fire extinguishers onboard. The amphibious RV has you covered in all four major departments:
If you want, you can place an order to customize the vehicle from the inside to truly make it unique, not that it isn’t already.
How Much Would You Have to Pay to Own It and to Who?
Cool Amphibious Manufacturers International (CAMI), situated in Buffalo, South Carolina manufacture the vehicle that has already won hearts of several outdoorsmen and women. The vehicle begins at $850,000, but the price can go higher, depending on the amount of features it’s outfitted with. You can purchase or rent the camping car as well for your travels.
If you’re in the mood to go camping in the woods or do some other rigorous activity that involves the ocean, you can buy or rent out the Terra Wind Amphibious Motorcoach to astound other people when they come across it.